The Center, established in January 2013, exists to inspire personalized learning through innovative practices in education. As the director, Dr. Kellerer is also the project manager for an Idaho-wide pilot project to use Khan Academy in K-12 public and private institutions to enhance personalized learning environments. During the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years, Eric led a team to implement and research the use of Khan Academy with 10,500 students. The team also included an additional 1,500 adult students in the Idaho Corrections system that used KA Lite, a non-Internet use of Khan Academy. Prior to directing the Doceo Center, Eric was the Executive Director of Information Technology at Northwest Nazarene University for 15 years. He received his Doctorate in Education in 2002 in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on technology in distance education. The title of Eric’s dissertation was “Internet-based, asynchronous connected learning and the role of course management software.” In the dissertation, he explored pedagogical practices and the use of software in online learning.