Interview with Matt Miller

By on October 30, 2017 in EdTech, Interviews

Matt Miller – Author, Blogger, Google Certified Innovator Key Topics: G Suite/Google Apps, practical uses of classroom tech, creating change in the classroom Location: Indiana, USA Bio: Matt Miller is an educator, blogger and presenter from West Central Indiana. He has infused technology and innovative teaching methods in his classes for more

Onalytica Interview with Jeffrey Bradbury

Interview with Jeffrey Bradbury

By on October 18, 2017 in Interviews, Tech

Jeffrey Bradbury – TEDx Speaker | Google for EDU Trainer | MSFT for EDU Trainer | Instructional Technology Coach | Key Topics: Podcasting, Audio, Video, EdTech, Microsoft, Google, Apple, Instructional Technology, Social Media, Web Development, Location: New Jersey, USA Bio: Jeffrey Bradbury, author of Kidblog: An Introduction to Blogging With Your Students, is

Onalytica Interview with Thomas C. Murray

Interview with Thomas C. Murray

By on October 16, 2017 in EdTech, Interviews

Thomas C. Murray – Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools Key Topics: Leadership, Culture, Innovation, Effective use of technology, Learning Spaces, Visioning and Strategic Planning, Student Data Privacy Location: Pennsylvania, USA Bio: Thomas C. Murray serves as the Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools at the Alliance for Excellent Education located in

Onalytica Interview with Mike Tholfsen

Interview with Mike Tholfsen

By on October 10, 2017 in EdTech, Interviews

Mike Tholfsen – Principal Product Manager, OneNote and Education at Microsoft Key Topics: Education Technology, Dyslexia and Accessibility, Microsoft Education Location: Redmond, WA   Bio: Mike Tholfsen is a Principal Product Manager on the Microsoft Education team focusing on OneNote Class and Staff Notebooks, Learning Tools and Microsoft Teams. He is a 22

Onalytica Interview with Jaime Casap

Interview with Jaime Casap

By on October 9, 2017 in EdTech, Interviews

Jaime Casap – Education Evangelist at Google Key Topics: Use of technology in education, Innovation in education, Equity in education Location: Phoenix, AZ   Bio: Jaime Casap is the Education Evangelist at Google. Jaime evangelizes the power and potential of technology and the web as enabling and supporting tools in pursuit of promoting inquiry-driven

Onalytica Interview with Monica Burns

Interview with Monica Burns

By on September 29, 2017 in EdTech, Interviews

Monica Burns – Founder, Curriculum & EdTech Consultant at, Author and Speaker Key Topics: EdTech, Elearning, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Blended Learning Location: New York, USA   Bio: Dr. Monica Burns is an Curriculum and EdTech Consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and Founder of As an educator, Monica was part of

Onalytica Interview with Kerry Gallagher

Interview with Kerry Gallagher

By on September 26, 2017 in EdTech, Interviews

Kerry Gallagher –  Digital Learning Specialist at St. John’s Prep Key Topics: Blended and Digital Learning, Digital Citizenship and Data Privacy, Professional Development Location: St. John’s Prep, Danvers, Massachusetts   Bio: Kerry Gallagher is a Digital Learning Specialist at St. John’s Prep in Danvers, Massachusetts. She is also Director of K-12 Education for

Onalytica - 5 Predictions for Influnecer Marketing in 2016

5 Predictions for Influencer Marketing in 2016

By on January 6, 2016 in Education, Marketing

Influencer marketing now makes up a significant part of marketing budgets and according to a report by Tomson, 59% of marketers have plans to increase their influencer marketing budget in 2016. 84% of marketing professionals worldwide have plans to start influencer marketing in 2016, and those who are already doing it have plans to

Onalytica - How to achieve higher impact scores in REF 2014

How to Achieve Higher Impact Scores in REF 2014

By on July 4, 2013 in Education, Marketing

Changes to Educational Funding Universities are producing a wealth of knowledge. Their researchers are publishing thousands of research papers every year and the individuals inside the universities possess knowledge and expertise on endless topics. What if this knowledge could be spread more widely in society? The positive effects for both