Donald Carter is a professor at DeVry University in the College of Media Arts & Technology, where he teaches courses in digital imaging. His specialties are in web design and digital imaging, and he shares that knowledge with students across a variety of courses, including Digital Imaging Fundamentals (WGD201) and Web Animation (WGD235).
Mr. Carter has been a professor at DeVry University since 2000. Previously, he worked as the director of IT at Keller Graduate School of Management, and at Columbia College as the director of academic computing. For most of his career, he has been involved in IT on both the academic and administrative sides, with duties including planning, budgeting, purchasing, systems development and teaching.
Mr. Carter also specializes in wildlife and landscape art photography, and belongs to the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, North American Nature Photography Association and the Photographic Society of America. He holds a doctorate degree from Loyola University Chicago, a master’s degree from DePaul University and a bachelor’s degree from DePaul University.
- The failure of maintaining net neutrality will cause a wider digital divide. If a few large organizations can control who has access (priority) and who doesn’t have access to the Internet, the free flow of information could be slowed or even stopped.
- Improved access speeds will allow web designers to fully integrate all forms of communications within a web design, e.g., full motion video, live streaming of content, etc.
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