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About EmergingEdTech


How can Educators use Technology to Improve Learning Outcomes?

Hi! My name is Kelly Walsh, and EmergingEdTech is my passion. Welcome!

I am the CIO at The College of Westchester in White Plains, NY, where I also teach as a member of Faculty of Administration. EmergingEdTech is a personal weblog I run where I interact with a community of other educators and technologist, explore the use of technology as an instructional tool and enabler, and share the learning journey.

I strive to be a motivating manager and leader, to be the best teacher I can be, and to help others along the road on their living and learning journey. I consider it a total privilege to be able to help others learn, to learn from you, and to encourage students and teachers everywhere to be their best.

I am intrigued by the ways that learning is changing in an era in which technology is touching just about everything. The more I study it, the more I see that properly implemented and supported instructional technologies and tools can absolutely help to make learning more engaging and more productive for students and teachers alike. Of course, it’s never about the technology alone – tech is just a tool that should never substitute for good teaching, but the more we learn about how the tool can be used, the more productively we can use it.

Not only can the marriage of technology and education improve learning outcomes, it is radically advancing availability (delivery and consumption). It’s lowering costs. It is bringing remote learners, teachers, and experts together to teach and learn from each other. It is creating so many possibilities for active, engaged learning. It is changing the world (a little bit at a time).

The nature of these technologies and tools and how they are being incorporated and embraced in teaching is constantly evolving, with new ideas and applications for them emerging every day. I devote many hours to learning about the myriad ways in which technology is enabling and advancing teaching and learning. My learning process comes full cycle when I apply and construct my own knowledge by writing about it. And it’s never better than when I succeed at engaging and having a dialogue with readers like you!

I hope you will come and join the conversation!


Posting Schedule

Each week, I research relevant topics and write articles seeking to provide information, insight, and/or opinion about those topics. We also get some great guest posts from educators, administrators, technologists, and other writers. EmergingEdTech publishes a few articles each week, along with a “Tweet Wrap” post at the end of each week (consolidating most of the Tweets I posted that week about ed tech articles and resources that I think readers might find informative and useful).

Come learn and explore with us, and share your insights with others!

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Kelly Walsh

Kelly Walsh
Chief Information Officer at The College of Westchester in White Plains, NY.

[Disclaimer: This is a personal weblog. The opinions expressed here represent my own, or other writers, and not those of my employer.] 



Kelly Walsh is Chief Information Officer at The College of Westchester, in White Plains, NY, where he also teaches. In 2009, Walsh founded He frequently delivers presentations and training on a variety of related topics at schools and conferences across the U.S. His eBook, the Flipped Classroom Workshop-in-a-Book is available here. Walsh became the Community Administrator for the Flipped Learning Network in June of 2016. In his "spare time" he also writes, records, and performs original music ... stop by and have a listen!

[Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are my own, or those of other writers, and not those of my employer. - K. Walsh]

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