Carolyn Demefack is an Instructional Designer with Montclair State University. She has over ten years experience in the field of educational technology. She has partnered with educators and institutions to support reflective practice and professional development on 21st Century learning tools that impact innovative teaching and student learning. Her interests include the role of video models and case studies in learning and personal learning communities. Carolyn has a MA in Educational Communications and Technology from the NYU Steinhart School of Education.

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