Dr. Douglas MacLeod, FRAIC, is the Chair of the RAIC Centre for Architecture at Athabasca University – Canada’s first online architecture program. MacLeod is a registered architect, a contributing editor to Canadian Architect Magazine and the former Executive Director of the Canadian Design Research Network. He is also a former Associate with Barton Myers Associates, Los Angeles. He led pioneering work in virtual reality at the Banff Centre and is recognized as an expert in e-learning, regenerative design and virtual design. He has degrees in Architecture, Computer Science and Environmental Design and has taught at universities and colleges throughout North America.
Updated April 29 2021 by Student & Academic Services