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Henry Kronk began his writing career as an intern at The Burlington Free Press in Burlington, Vermont, his hometown. After studying English at McGill University in Montreal, he went to work full time as a freelancer while living abroad in countries such as Greece, New Zealand, and Vietnam. His journalism has been published by Exclaim!, LMS Pulse, IBL News, Montreal Rampage, Potent, and HNGN. He has also produced a series of audio interviews concerning Canadian poetry for Vallum: Contemporary Poetry. Read Henry’s articles.
Cait Etherington is a writer, editor, and education consultant with over two decades of experience reporting on K-12 and higher education issues. Her research focuses on the impact of new media technologies on education and training. Her essays, articles, and reviews have been published in magazines and research journals across the United States and internationally. She currently serves as the senior writer and editor or eLearningInside News. Read Cait’s articles.
Sherman Morrison is an experienced reporter and writer with expertise on educational technology topics. Sherman contributes to publications in Canada, Switzerland, South Africa, Thailand, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and the Ukraine. He lives and writers in the thriving arts culture in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire. Read Sherman’s articles.
Hillary M. Miller is a writer and editor with a background in anthropology and a focus in media and technology. She has worked with individuals and organizations ranging from small independent artists to international corporations to research and report on a variety of cultural topics in the digital age. Hillary is a regular contributor to ElearningInside News. Read Hillary’s articles.
Ben Henderson is a seasoned learning technology professional with a 10-year experience both in private and public sectors in the UK and China. He has been involved in e-Learning projects with universities, adult learning programs as well as private enterprises. Ben’s specialty lies in gamification, digital storytelling, e-Learning creation and developing learning management systems. Read Ben’s articles.