Baylor University

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Douglas Rogers, Ed.D.

KITE Team Leader Baylor University

Dr. Doug Rogers is an associate professor with a joint appointment in the departments of Educational Administration and Curriculum and Instruction at Baylor University. He also serves as the director of the Center for Educational Technology within the School of Education. He has served at the state and national levels within organizations such as the Texas Association for Educational Technology (TAET) and the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Currently, Dr. Rogers is co-director of C-Cubed: Content, collaboration, and Connectivity (a Texas Infrastructure Fund Discovery grant) that will establish a videoconference network between the University and local school districts to support the improvement of mathematics instruction.

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Geoff Price

KITE Knowledge Scout at Baylor University

Geoff Price graduated from Baylor with a degree in Business Information Systems in December 2002 and is currently a graduate student in Curriculum and Instruction. His is specializing in the Instructional Technology cognate area. Geoff teaches Advanced Web Design of the University for Young People program, and is involved with the bi-annual Texas Association for Educational Technology (TAET) conference. He hopes to pursue a career in higher education.

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Bin Zhang

KITE Knowledge Scout at Baylor University

Bin Zhang graduated from the University of Alabama with a M.S. degree in Linguistics. He is currently a doctoral student in Curriculum and Instruction. He is specializing in Instructional Technology. He hopes to pursue a career as an Instructional Technician.

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