Rich McCue

last updated 2/9/2018

Rich McCue

Educational Technologist and Systems Administrator, UVic Libraries at University of Victoria

3800 Finnerty Road, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
HQ Phone:
(250) 721-7211

General Information


Information Technology Director - UVic

Operations Manager - Home Media Corp


Masters of Arts - Education , 

Recent News  

UVic Law Student Technology Survey 2011 | Rich McCue v4.0

Rich McCue v4.0 My Thoughts on Technology & Education...
Posted on 2011.09.14 by Rich McCue - 4 Comments Introduction to the Survey Results [...] McCue, Systems Administrator at the UVic, recently published the results of the Faculty of Law's incoming student technology survey, now in its ninth [...] Belated thanks for doing this, Rich! Useful information for many of us in law school IT and communications roles.

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» [Spring Workshop 2015] Keynote and Facilitators

Valerie Irvine, UVic ; Micheal Paskevicius, VIU; Janet Symmons, UVic; Rich McCue, UVic; and Tanya Little, TRU (Mainstreaming Multi-Access Learning and Open Education)
Robots in Education - Valerie Irvine and Rich McCue, University of Victoria and Tanya Little, TRU Rich McCue, UVic Rich is a Systems Administrator in the University of Victoria Libraries system and is pursuing a Masters of Arts in Education with Dr. Valerie Irvine. Rich is part of the UVic Speakers Bureau, and has presented at a number of higher education technology conferences across north america over the years. In 2008 he founded an open source project called Rich also has significant web and mobile web app development experience using linux, apache, mysql, php, python, and javascript. Some of his other research interests include, flipped learning, open education, open pedagogy, multi-access learning, & gamification. To learning more about him, visit his blog at

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BCNET | UVic Student Technology Ownership: Implications & Opportunities

Rich Mccue
Systems Administrator of Library Systems, University of Victoria

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