Fall 2006 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Karen Elinich

ORG The Franklin Institute Title BIO Karen Elinich is Director of Educational Technology Programs for The Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia. Her expertise is in the field of educational technology, specifically relating to the use of the Internet in support of science learning. Ms. Elinich joined the staff of The Franklin Institute in 1994 to participate in a national project, known as the Science Learning Network, which explored how science museums could use the Internet to support teachers as they implemented science inquiry practice in their classrooms. Currently, she is developing the Institute's educational presence for the K-12 Internet2 community. Ms. Elinich also served as Co-PI for the NSF-supported Keystone Science Network. She began her career teaching science at the high school and middle school levels. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, she is currently enrolled in Pepperdine University

Sessions and Presentations

Unique Approaches to Interactive Content for K20

Time 12/06/06 04:30PM-05:30PM