Ken Ronkowitz is the Director of the Writing Initiative at Passaic County Community College and teaches in the Humanities. Prior to PCCC, he was the Manager of Instructional Technology at NJIT, and continues there as an adjunct instructor in the graduate program in Professional Technical Communication  At NJIT, he brought the  university into Apple’s iTunes U at its launch, led the transition to enterprise use of Moodle, and initiated NJIT’s technology presence in Newark’s high schools. Ken began his career teaching and facilitating technology integration in secondary education. His learning and technology blog, Serendipity35, is at

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