Julian Morgan has written many educational software titles and books. He has had many years of experience as Head of Classics and is currently teaching Latin and Ancient Greek at the European School in Karlsruhe, Germany.
His books include Nero, Hadrian, Constantine, Cleopatra (Rosen Central Publishing 2003), Easy Latin Puzzles (J-PROGS 2007, 2nd edition CreateSpace 2013) and the Imperium Latin course (CreateSpace 2013), consisting of four books and lots of other electronic resources.
His software titles include Rome the Eternal City, Pompeii and Roman Technology (J-PROGS), and the Horace Trail (Oxford University Press 2002, 2nd edition J-PROGS 2007). The new Imperium Word Tools App (2013) is available for all major platforms, including Android and iOS. See www.imperiumlatin.com for details.
Julian is active in the American Classical League and sits on the Computing Applications Committee for that body. He has served twice as a Council member for the Joint Association of Classical Teachers in the UK. Since 2003, he has been the UK partner in CIRCE, an EU Comenius project committed to providing resources to support Classics teachers across Europe. In this role he has directed many training courses for teachers from different European countries, showing them how to enhance their teaching programmes by use of the latest technology in the classroom.