Dr. McCloud's teaching focus includes Assembly Language, C++, and Internet Programming, and he serves as Director of Online Learning and Director of CS100 service learning course. He joined the Sacred Heart University faculty in 1999. He is the author of FlashMX for Developers and Designers, published by Franklin, Beedle & Associates, and a recipient of the Robert Johnson Fellowship for Post-Graduate study in Europe, and University nominee for Sloan Foundation Nation Award, Outstanding Online Professor (2003). McCloud is also an investor and designer for e-shoes.com, a faculty mentor, and Field Hockey Team advisor. May 7, 2014- SHU Global Awareness Award for his work on SHU's behalf for the American Council on Education (ACE) Internationalization Laboratory program and with the Fulbright Committee, for which he is Faculty Advisor. B.A., Williams College Ed.D., University of Bridgeport
Flash MX 2004 for Web Developers and Designers (with Sandra Honda, Kurt Suchomel, Mike Gorfinkle, and Andrea Linder), Computer Science & Information Technology Faculty Publications (2006)
What Can We Learn From MOOCs?, Fall 2013 Faculty Institute (2013)
Professor Bob McCloud's presentation on MOOCs and digital teaching at Sacred Heart University.
Microsoft Tech Gives Computer Science Students Game App Creation Crash Course, Sacred Heart University News Story (2014)
The Sacred Heart University Computer Science and Information Technology Department welcomed Microsoft Technical Evangelist and...