Dr. Tyler Griffin

Dr. Tyler Griffin commenced his professional journey by teaching seminary for six years in Brigham City, Utah. Subsequently, he dedicated the following seven years to instructing at the Logan LDS Institute, located adjacent to Utah State University. In addition to his role in the Seminary Preservice program, he spearheaded and supervised the introduction of the online seminary program. Dr. Griffin has been an educator at BYU for well over a decade and holds a co-founder position within the BYU Virtual Scriptures Group. While his undergraduate degree is in Electrical Engineering, both his master’s and doctorate degrees center on Instructional Technology. Dr. Griffin is the sole author of “When Heaven Appears Distant” co-author of “Come Unto Me: Illuminating the Savior’s Life, Mission, Parables, and Miracles” and co-editor of “Millions Shall Rediscover Brother Joseph.”

Areas of Specialization: Expertise in the realm of digital learning and the development of resources that enrich scriptural immersion and comprehension.