Bill Hart-Davidson

Bill Hart-Davidson


Bill Hart-Davidson has been teaching and conducting research in technical communication and user experience for twenty years. He is a faculty member at Michigan State University, where he co-directed the Writing, Information, and Digital Experience research center, helped to grow the Professional Writing undergraduate major to a program of more than 250 students, and helped launch the Experiential Architecture major as the first UX-focused Humanities undergraduate program in the U.S. Bill was a faculty partner at IBM Silicon Valley Lab during the first dot com boom and bust. He is also an inventor and entrepreneur who co-founded Drawbridge, a learning technology company spinoff of MSU that offers Eli Review, a peer learning software service.


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