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Recent Posts by Diana McGhee

A newly retired educator, Diana began her teaching career in 1985 and has basically grown up with technology, beginning with Windows 3.1 and Microsoft Mail. In 2013-14, Diana served as President of the Kentucky Society for Technology in Education, an ISTE affiliate, and she currently serves as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and a professional learning specialist for both i2e and EdtotheMax. She holds a B.A.Ed from the University of Kentucky with minors in journalism, communications and speech, a M.A.Ed and Rank I in secondary guidance and counseling from Eastern Kentucky University and a director of pupil personnel certification from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Currently, she is serving as a temporary academic advisor for Model Laboratory Schools in Richmond, Kentucky.
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The Role of Open Communication in Educational Digital Ecosystems

"Hello, this is the technology office; how can I help you?”

“Well, my school ordered this new software, and we can’t seem to make it work on our computers. Can you help?”

Sound familiar? If you’ve worked in technology in a school system within the last 15 years, you have probably experienced this exact situation.

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