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Mimi Royston – American International College

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While normalcy returns to campuses everywhere, COVID-19’s effects remain and not just for public health. With remote study options existing since the spring of 2020, opportunity has abounded for hackers. More recently, federal authorities have warned how the Russian-Ukrainian conflict unleashed a new wave of cyberattacks on Western energy, finance, communications and, yes, higher-education infrastructure. […]

Carl Fong – Orange County Department of Education

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Getting technology to students at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic was a challenge many school districts faced. Some created pick-up stations for parents, others sent laptops and hotspots home with students, and some coordinated home drop offs. For the 28 school districts in Orange County, California, which have about 500,000 students, and the Orange […]

Ling Huang – Technology North

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It’s been more than two years since Ling Huang launched a business helping companies digitize documents and files while also providing employment for people on the autism spectrum—including his son. Though growth of the business that’s part of Technology North has been slowed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Huang says the results make the conclusion clear. “If […]

Marlo Gaddis – Wake County Public School System

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Some days Marlo Gaddis can be found teaching elementary physical education classes. On others, she’s providing support to students with special needs. Her staff covers recess duty and steps in as substitute teachers. Basically, she says, she and her team dedicate several hours each week to doing “whatever the schools need.” As the chief technology […]

Kyle Jones – Florence 1 Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

For decades, parents have discouraged their kids from playing video games for too long. Instead, they have told them to spend more time outside or to find a more productive hobby. But what was once seen as an anti-social or time-wasting activity is now being encouraged in schools nationwide to help kids make friends and […]

Darlene Clapham – York Catholic District School Board

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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

Est. reading time: 4 mins

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

Est. reading time: 4 mins

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

Est. reading time: 4 mins

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

Est. reading time: 4 mins

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 […]

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