|Jennifer Courduff (ISTE): an assistant professor at Azusa Pacific University where she develops and teaches courses in the Master of Arts; Digital Teaching and Learning program. She is an active member of ISTE and recently presented at the Denver 2010 ISTE convention. Jennifer is a 2011 graduate of the Ph.D. Educational Technology program through Walden University. Her research focused on technology integration within the Resource Specialist Program (RSP) environment.|
|George Saltsman: the Executive Director of the Adams Center for the Adams Center for Teaching and Learning. He is also a university instructor in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication and an electronic publishing consultant. His education includes a BS in Computer Science and a MS in Organizational and Human Resource Development. He recently co-authored the book An Administrators Guide to Online Education.|
|Stephen Baldridge: the Director of BSSW Program & Assistant Professor of Social Work at Abilene Christian University. Along with Dr. Saltsman, he co-edited: A Mobile Pedagogy Approach for Transforming Learners and Faculty, Handbook for Mobile Learning.|
Corinne Hoisington: Professor of Information Systems Technology at Central Virginia Community College in Lynchburg, VA with over 25 years of teaching experience. Corinne also travels over 200,000 miles a year speaking to college & university professors and K12 venues in over 50 cities this year for such customers as the Microsoft Corporation, Cengage Learning, and many other universities and K12 groups. Professor Hoisington is the recipient of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in Computer Programming. Corinne presently has authored over a dozen books with the Shelly Cashman series such as the Dreamweaver CS6, Office 2013, Android Boot Camp: Programming the Android for Beginners, and Visual Basic 2010.
|Mitzi Adams: an Instructor and Student Teaching Coordinator for Abilene Christian University (where she earned her B.S. Ed.). She holds an M.A. from Western Governors University and professional memberships with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the Texas Directors of Field Experiences, the National Association for the Education of Young Children and Kappa Delta Pi.|