William Bozeman received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and currently serves as Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. Prior to joining the faculty at UCF, he was professor and chair at The University of Iowa. His educational background includes experience as a high school principal and mathematics/physics teacher. While a graduate student at Madison, Dr. Bozeman served as a Project Associate with the Wisconsin Research and Development Center. In addition to experiences in education, he has worked and consulted extensively in the areas of systems planning and design, educational technology, and program evaluation. Dr. Bozeman has published extensively in the areas of education, educational technology, and systems planning and design, including three books. He also served as coeditor of the Journal of Research on Computing in Education and coauthored the first edition of Educational Technology: Best Practices From America's Schools. A former professional musician, Dr. Bozeman enjoys playing guitar, keyboards, and music synthesizers, collecting vintage guitars, and restoring a 1967 Mustang convertible.