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Darlene Clapham – York Catholic District School Board

Her primary responsibility may be ensuring reliable and secure infotech at a Canadian school district, but Darlene Clapham isn’t one to silo herself in education. IT being such an evolving subject, she’s always looking for new insight while sharing her own. “I’ve always had this philosophy that if you want to learn about other industries, […]

Jim Culbert – Duval County Public Schools

When the IT department at Duval County Public Schools made a remote learning platform seven years ago, it was intended to be used in case there was a hurricane and students couldn’t come in. With the help of Microsoft, the platform had custom coding and was used to send emails or post on message boards. […]

Katrina Biscay – University of Cincinnati

Playing orchestral music is a demanding, nuanced task, involving dozens of musicians to stay on-time and on-tune. But doing that remotely? With the added difficulty of poor internet connections and Zoom awkwardness? Katrina Biscay admits she hasn’t yet discovered how University of Cincinnati students and music professors can bridge the gap between virtual and real […]

Bernadette ‘Berni’ Kenney and Corinne Picataggi – William & Mary

It’s the second-oldest university in the U.S., chartered more than 80 years before the Declaration of Independence was written by one of its alumni, Thomas Jefferson. William & Mary, founded in 1693, also has the oldest college building continually used in the U.S., even though the interior of what’s now called the Sir Christopher Wren […]

Angela Copeland – Toronto Public Library

In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, Angela Copeland and her colleagues at the Toronto Public Library knew that, while they couldn’t change the situation everyone was in, they could offer a tried-and-true comfort: books. Copeland, the library’s director of digital strategy and CIO, accelerated the organization’s plan to create digital access cards for […]

Ali Kolahdouz – Region One Education Service Center

It’s said that everything is bigger in Texas, and not simply because its 268,500 square miles make it the largest state in the continental U.S. There are big hats, big trucks, big plates of barbecue and big high school football stadiums where almost 20,000 fans can cheer their team on. And there’s a big fiber […]

Roy Hart – British Columbia Institute of Technology

Some people don’t interact with IT until they have a technology problem. Roy Hart knows his department has more to offer, though, and he’s spent the past few years changing the perception of what it does. As the CIO at British Columbia Institute of Technology, he’s fostered relationships across campus to show the value of […]

Sarah Trimble-Oliver – Cincinnati Public Schools

For eight consecutive years, enrollment at Cincinnati Public Schools had been increasing. Then the COVID-19 pandemic happened. Some students transferred to schools with different safety protocols, some started home schooling and others moved. And, as districts nationwide experienced, many parents have delayed kindergarten for their kids. But, despite a 4  , Sarah Trimble-Oliver is confident […]

Rashmi Radhakrishnan – Arcadia University

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced students to leave campus, Arcadia University didn’t want to simply make classes remote. University leaders and faculty wanted the courses tailored to the medium. With the help of administrators, professors and her IT team, vice president and CIO Rashmi Radhakrishnan helped redesign over 600 courses  so the content would translate […]

Joe Carr – American Academy of Ophthalmology

Founded in 1896, the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology was the first organization of its kind in the U.S.—a professional medical association dedicated to eye, ear, nose and throat doctors. In 1979, the organization split into two entities: the American Academy of Otolaryngology and the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Now known simply as the […]

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