Dr. ChanMin Kim is an assistant professor of Learning, Design, and Technology in the College of Education. Kim has expertise in motivation, emotions, virtual technologies, teacher education, technology integration, and online learning. Kim led a teacher technology integration project as a Co-PI (a U.S. Department of Education funded project entitled Comprehensive School Reform in Rural K-8 Schools in the Southeast: Integrative Technologies for Quality Initiatives). Kim worked with forty-two teachers from 8 poorly performing rural K-8 schools in Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. Kim is currently working on the application of robotics to teacher education. Kim also serves on the organizing committee for the Asia-Pacific Robotics Festival hosted by the National Science Museum (www.science.go.kr) in South Korea.