Technology Specialist. With over 20 years experience, Gregory offers computer and technology support through his consulting firm the Technology Services Resource Group, previously known as PC DOC. He developed an interest in computers while in High School and served as a support volunteer for the first White House Conference on Libraries and Information Services in 1979. In the 1980s, Gregory was employed by the University of Iowa as an undergraduate to provide computer support to students and staff. In the 1990s, Gregory was employed by the University of Iowa College of Law, the University of Iowa Technology Services, and the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. During his time at the University of Iowa College of Law, Gregory was the primary on-call support person for a computing community of over 500 users. Gregory is presently employed by the University of Iowa where he provides computer support to students, staff, and faculty.
Teacher. During his time as a computer support provider at the University of Iowa College of Law, Gregory offered computer courses to students using course materials that he developed. For several years in the early 1990s, Gregory regularly taught courses in computing offered by Kirkwood Community College. From 2006 to 2007 he offered free courses to the public at the Iowa City Public Library and currently provides individualized instruction and support for computer users at the University of Iowa.
Website Developer. Gregory is the website developer and manager of the ResourcesForLife.com website. The various topics and resource groups on the Resources for Life website consistently rise to the top of search results. For example, a Google search for “small house” (without quotes) produces millions of results. The first listing is for the Small House Society.