Richard Allen Carter Jr.
Before beginning his doctoral work, Richard Allen Carter Jr. worked with learners with disabilities in elementary school settings in Kansas and his home state of North Carolina. His current research focuses on the implementation of self-regulation practices for students with disabilities in both fully online and blended learning environments. He has also conducted work that looks at disability accommodation and IEP development and implementation in online schools. In addition, Richard assists with studies that examine a broad range of effects of online instruction for students with disabilities for the Center on Online Learning for Students with Disabilities (COLSD). He is currently part of a research team that is implementing technology-enabled personalization for students with disabilities in public elementary school.