Press and Media – Kelly Walsh and EmergingEdTech
Kelly and EmergingEdTech are very appreciative of these features and mentions across the web, and the opportunities they offer to inform and engage with other passionate professionals!
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Sept 2016 Kelly Walsh included in “Top 100 educators leading flipped learning worldwide”
It was really awesome to be included with all of these amazing practitioners and advocates of flipped learning!
July 2016 EmergingEdTech included in “The Best Education Blogs to Follow” List
The great folks at FirstSiteGuide have included EmergingEdTech.com as one of their top education blogs in this listing! Very cool to be included in this short list along with long time favorites of mine like Kathy Schrock, CoolCat Teacher Vicki Davis, Larry Ferlazzo, and Scott McLeod of “Dangerously Irrelevant”!
June 2016 Kelly Walsh joins the evolving Flipped Learning Network in the role of Community Administrator
May 2016 LiveTiles Article/Interview
It was a pleasure to work with the folks from Microsoft LiveTiles on this interview-based article:
4 Fascinating Trends in Education Technology.
“Technology has made collaboration possible in ways far beyond our imaginations in the 20th century, and done so in ways that are often highly affordable.”
May 2016 The 2016 Dean’s List: EdTech’s 50 Must-Read Higher Ed IT Blogs
“Blogging about the hottest education technology issues, these admin all-stars, IT gurus, education community experts and classroom leaders have proven their worth to their peers.” Included in the “Tech Gurus” section, it’s such a privilege to be included in this listing along with luminaries I admire, like Bryan Alexander and Steven Downes, and others I am new to and so glad to add to my personal learning network! Much thanks to Meg Conlan for including EmergingEdTech in this powerhouse listing.
Apr 2016 Top 100 Social CIOs on Huffington Post
For the fourth year running, Kelly Walsh has been cited as a “Top Social CIOs” listing on the Huffington Post!
Top 100 Most Social CIOs on Twitter 2016
It’s such an honor to be included with the amazing professionals on this list, including CIOs from schools like Michigan State University, Stony Brook University, Fairfield University, and Harvard Medical School, and organizations as diverse as Accenture, Coca Cola, Starbucks, the FCC, and the NFL. Thanks “HuffPo”!
Jan 2016 2016 Education and Technology Outlook Articles for University Business and their K-12 sister magazine, District Administration
University Business reached out and asked me to do a couple pieces on the outlook for Teaching and Technology in 2016. It was an exciting opportunity that I was totally up for! We did separate articles for K-12 and higher education:
- Here’s the Higher Ed article in the University Business online magazine: “Outlook on Technology: Learning shifts, infrastructure lifts”
- And here’s the K-12 article for in District Administration: “Outlook: Classrooms get smarter”
Jan 2016 EmergingEdTech at #3 Spot on “50 EdTech, Innovation in Education and STEAM Blogs That Teachers Need to Bookmark“
ForensicOutreach.com published a list of the top 50 blogs they think educators need to be aware of, and they listed EmergingEdTech at #3! We are so grateful for appreciation like this. Forensic Outreach is a fun site focused on the forensic sciences and is a lot of fun for nerds like me and other smart folks who can appreciate a wide variety of content with a “science-y” focus. Stop by and check them out!
Dec 2015 Technology in Higher Ed: From disenfranchising of “place” to dis-aggregation of the degree [Interview with Kelly]
Emantras has focused its initiatives on bringing learning to the 21st century, using technology to deliver and provide training, education, and work flow solutions to academic institutions and Fortune 500 corporations. It was an honor and a pleasure to do this written interview with their blogging staff. I loved exploring the questions they posed, as we discussed the evolving state of instructional technology and learning accreditation in Higher Ed.
July 2015 Custom Texting Application Helps College of Westchester Communicate With Students
Campus Technology published this article about the custom application my team developed at the school where I work as CIO and teach as a member of Faculty of Administration. We’re really proud of this award winning application!
May 2015 Who to Follow in Higher Education
The Tribeca Marketing Group published this listing, “a Who’s Who of dynamic Higher Education industry members active on social media, ranging from associations to journalists to CEOs.” EmergingEdTech was honored and privileged to appear at the top of the listing! Thanks TMG!
March 2015 100 Business, Technology, and Leadership Lessons
This article and the slide deck below was published March 12, 2015 (Kelly Walsh is featured on slide 55).
On March 8, 2013, Michael Krigsman and Vala Afshar launched a weekly video series called CXO-Talk. CXO-Talk set the standard for thought-provoking enterprise video content. They have completed over 100 episodes with extraordinary startup founders, Fortune 250 executives, including over 30 chief information officers (CIOs), chief marketing officers (CMOs) and chief digital officers (CDOs). The SlideShare presentation features 116 executives from their first 100 episodes. Accomplished and brilliant guests share their business, leadership and technology insights, each captured in a tweetable quote. The slides also each link to the blog summary of the interview and the full video conversation.
January 2015 “100 Most Social CIOs on Twitter 2015” on the Huffington Post
Vala Afshar … “Since I last published the most social CIOs of 2014 list , the role of the Chief Information Officer in leading digital business transformation has become even more vital. Championing adoption of new technologies requires CIOs to actively engage and communicate broadly. To stay informed, successful CIOs are leveraging social media as their personal learning networks. Most of the innovative CIOs that I work with are expanding their capabilities, as well as their organizations by 1. Independent research, 2. Peer collaboration via social networks and forums, and 3. Vendor and business partner engagements.”
Here is the 2015 edition of the Top 100 Most Social CIOs (Kelly is on slide 29):
July 2014 “Flip, blend and serve up a more enticing education through technology” Article in Atlanta Journal Constitution
I contributed to Journalist Maureen Downey’s Get Schooled column. This piece was inspired by an earlier entry in this column in which a writer complained of the lack of measured and assessed uses of technology in education.
July 2014 “21st Century EduTech: An Insightful Discussion with Kelly Walsh” Interview with Ufaber.com
This interview was a lot of fun – great questions from the folks at Ufaber.com, a great source of online tech learning!
March 2014 Kelly Walsh at #5 on Top 100 Social CIOs on Twitter list published on the Huffington Post
This listing covers all types of businesses and organizations (as opposed to the Oct 2013 listing below which was focused on Higher Education only). This is quite an honor!
October 2013 Kelly Walsh selected as the #3 on this list of Top 50 Most Social CIOs in Higher Education, Huffington Post.
October 2013 CIO Advice: Social Media Improves The User Experience.
This Huffington Post article summarized 6 key insights from the interview Phil Komarny, Stephen DiFilipo and I did after we were selected as the top 3 Social CIOs in Higher Education.
Here is the complete video interview:
Summer 2013 Video interview at UB Tech 2013
Kelly Walsh discusses the evolving use of technology in education, the growing body of evidence proving that technologies can engage students and enhance learning outcomes, and more.
June, 2013 This Article about how to Plan a Successful iPad Launch was published on Hotchalk’s Education in America Blog
June, 2013 McGraw-Hill asked me to host a Flipped Classroom Panel Discussion which was streamed live via Google Hangouts and recorded for later viewing.
EdTech Magazine Interview with Philip Charach from New York’s Touro College and Kelly Walsh from The College of Westchester.
May, 2013 Jostle interviews Kelly Walsh for their Social CIO series: Social CIO Series: Kelly Walsh, The College of Westchester.
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