Features December 2016

Adam McMickell – Ogden City School District

As the K-12 instructional technology specialist for a district with more than 12,000 students in Ogden, Utah, it’s Adam McMickell’s job to promote learning and engagement through the use of cutting-edge digital education platforms for both students and teachers. A Google Certified Educator, Trainer and Administrator, McMickell oversees all of Ogden City School District’s (OCSD) […]

AJ Phillips — Prince William County Public Schools

Located in Manassas, Virginia, the Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) are home to 88,000-plus students and 95 schools, making the district the second largest in Virginia and the 36th largest in the nation. There have been many changes in the district in the last decade or so, including the construction of 22 new schools […]

Bill Anderson — Saint Michael’s College

Saint Michael’s College sits on a pristine 440-acre campus just outside of Burlington in Colchester, Vermont. Since 1904 the small liberal arts and sciences school has served students within a close-knit community. Saint Michael’s is currently home to 2,000 undergrads and more than 500 commuter and graduate students. With an 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio, Saint Michael’s […]

Bill McCreary – University of Toledo

On a typical day at University of Toledo, Bill McCreary might find himself meeting about anything from product pricing and network router changes to game development, virtual reality and the management of cadaveric specimens. “I have not found anybody who has a job quite like this at the university level,” says McCreary, vice president, chief […]

Chris Davis – University of Central Arkansas

As vice president for information systems and technology at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA), Chris Davis is responsible for meeting the technology needs of more than 11,000 students and 1,350 faculty and staff members. Overseeing the Division of Information Systems and Technology (IST) and a staff of more than 40 employees, Davis has been […]

Chris Turner — Brighton Area Schools

In the last few years, classrooms have become crowded with technology. Schools have been integrating it into instruction, and students have been bringing it in the form of smartphones, apps and social media. This has changed the job description for people like Chris Turner, directory of technology for Brighton Area Schools in Brighton, Michigan, a […]

Craig Liggett – Bulloch County Schools

In Statesboro, Georgia, about 45 minutes outside of Savannah, Bulloch County Schools is on a mission to be a school system that offers students the opportunities to pursue the colleges and careers of their choice and become contributing members of society. This means providing students access to the technology tools, devices, programs and applications that […]

Cynthia Humes — Claremont McKenna College

Claremont McKenna College (CMC) has been a fixture in undergraduate liberal arts education since 1946. Today, with more than 1,250 students in attendance, both undergraduate and graduate, the college has a curricular emphasis on economics, government and public affairs and is working to produce thoughtful, productive and responsible leaders through enhanced campus wide information technology […]

Don Ringelestein — West Aurora School District 129

The shift to greater classroom technology is inevitable and now that it is hitting home in schools across the country, it’s up to school leadership to find ways to adopt and adapt while keeping student success and achievement front and center. Helping to smooth this transition in Aurora, Illinois, at the West Aurora School District 129 […]

Erik Haakonsen – Bridgeport Public Schools

Connecticut is one of the nation’s richest states based on per-capita income, but that wealth is not distributed evenly across its school districts. While cities such as Hartford and Stamford spent $19,300 and $17,400 respectively per pupil, the comparably-sized Bridgeport Public Schools (BPS) has had to make do with less than $14,000. This modest budget […]

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