Instructional Technology Professional
Tom Jones is the Instructional Technology Professional in the College of Environment + Design. With degrees in Landscape Architecture and Historic Preservation, and nearly twenty years of experience in the planning and design field, he assists faculty and staff in the professional education of students in the college, focusing on the use and management of digital tools. A member of the Technology Services team, he also provides support for the instructional equipment in the studios and classroom spaces of the college.
Environmental history, cartography, technology integration and appropriate use, cultural landscapes, heritage of the space race, landscape construction.
Selected Publications and Speaking Engagements
EDAW DIGITAL DESIGN INITIATIVE 3D VISUALIZATION CONFERENCE. Presenter at two day conference of specialists within the firm from offices in the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia. 2005.
Hopper, Leonard, ed. 2007. Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.
CONSTRUCTION DRAWING LAYOUT, pp. 12-18. SYMBOLS, pp. 19-25. COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN, pp. 35-36. COLOR PLATES 4 THROUGH 7, pp. C2.
LESSONS LEARNED – BIM IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE. Participant in three-person educational session presentation at 2009 ASLA national convention.