My name is Dan Mourlam and I am the Technology Specialist for the Teacher Quality Partnership at the University of Northern Iowa. Here you will find general educational technology tips and information. Content will vary from new emerging technologies, to technology integration, to new ways of thinking about learning and education in general. Please feel free to contact me at any time to make requests for topics. Also feel free to comment on any posts if you have questions, thoughts, etc.
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