Dylan Goldblatt (Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2014) is Lecturer of German at Kennesaw State University. He has taught German at all levels since 2007, and has served as a technical consultant for instructional technology since 2013. He has five years of curriculum design experience with an emphasis on the development of OER for face-to-face instruction. Dr. Goldblatt has presented and delivered training workshops for faculty and graduate instructors on a variety of topics (e.g. gamification, ePortfolios, interactive syllabi) that emphasize integrating technology and teaching at the post-secondary level. In 2017, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation awarded financial and logistical support to Dr. Goldblatt to support the development and review of a novel metacognitive framework for OER-based German language instruction. In 2019 the Southern Conference On Language Teaching (SCOLT) recognized Dr. Goldblatt with the “Best of Mississippi” award to highlight his work on OER assessments. Lastly, Dr. Goldblatt’s scholarly work on digital interactivity and mediated memory stand to benefit the development and analysis of hypermedia developed in support of this project.