Philip Gay is manager for technology learning within Tufts University Department of Education. His responsibilities include producing new media content for department projects, working to integrate technology into the education curriculum, and training faculty and students in the use of both video and the internet. In association with Tufts Academic Technology unit he introduced the digital toolbox to the education curriculum which serves as an adaptable e-portfolio for both pre-service teachers and faculty.
Mr. Gay brings a background in video production and online curriculum development to Tufts after serving as a producer for WGBH Educational Productions in Boston. There he produced best practice and professional development videos as well as special collection content for Teachers Domain, an online teaching and learning curriculum resource for teachers.
Philip has produced and directed both local and national productions for PBS including Antiques Roadshow, Ballroom Dancing, and Frontline. Mr. Gay received multiple New England Emmy awards for children's programming, music, and documentary productions. In 2006 he received a Cine Golden Eagle Award for producing Two Spirits Gallery, a video focusing on the art of Alaska's recovering addicts and homeless population.