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Brenda Dyck
Brenda Dyck is a sessional instructor at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada). In addition to teaching preservice teachers, Brenda's "HotLinks" column is a regular feature in NMSA's magazine, Middle Ground. Brenda also is a teacher-editor for MidLink magazine.

Larry Ferlazzo
Larry Ferlazzo has taught English and Social Studies to both English Language Learners and mainstream students at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, California, for six years. He writes a popular resource-sharing blog for teachers, and also has a Web site for students.

Miguel Guhlin
Miguel Guhlin is director of instructional technology for San Anyonio, Texas, and past president of the Texas Technology Education Coordinators group(TCEA). You can read his published writing or engage him in conversation via his blog at Around the Corner.

Doug Johnson
Doug Johnson is director of media and technology for the Mankato (Minnesota) Public Schools and an adjunct faculty member at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He is the author of four books; in addition, his articles have appeared in more than forty books and periodicals.

Bernie Poole
Bernie Poole is an associate professor of education and instructional technology at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. Poole, who developed and maintains with Yvonne Singer the EdIndex, also has published several books related to instructional technology.

Alma Row
Alma Row is the director of data and instructional technology for South Western School District in Hanover, Pennsylvania. Shes a graduate of, and a teacher for, Penn State University. Visit her site for more resources.


Nancy Willard
Nancy E. Willard, M.S., J.D. is a former educator and attorney who focuses on youth online risk issues for more than a decade. She is director of the Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use and author of two books: Cyberbullying and Cyberthreats and Cyber-Safe Kids, Cyber-Savvy Teens.