Megan Nacy is the Director of the ADP Center for Learning Technologies in the College of Education and Human Services at Montclair State University in New Jersey. As an education technologist, she has worked for over twelve years implementing technology-based solutions for K-12 and higher education. Her current research focuses on incorporating technology in active learning classroom settings and showcasing classrooms of the future. Megan is working to use her expertise in training development to expand professional development opportunities for MSU faculty, staff and students on incorporating technology in teaching, learning and research.

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