Paul M.A. Baker, Ph.D., is the Senior Director, Research and Strategic Innovation, at Georgia Tech's Center for Advanced Communications Policy (CACP). Previously, he was the Associate Director of the Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U). He is also a Principal Research Scientist with the Georgia Institute of Technology, in the School of Public Policy, and an Adjunct Professor at the Centre for Disability Law & Policy at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He has taught courses in the areas of political science, disability policy, public administration, information policy, and state and local government policy making. He currently researches institutional change in higher education, role of policy in advancing technology and universal accessibility goals for persons with disabilities; wearable computing policy, the operation of communities of practice and online communities in virtual environments, and institutional issues involved in public sector information policy development and state and local government use of information and communication technologies (ICT's). Specialties: E-accessibility, higher education policy, e-government, digital government, wearables, telecommunications, communications policy, Disability and Accessibility Policy, online and virtual communities, telework, e-learning, virtual collaboration, communities of practice, workforce development.