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Mary Fran Daley, Doctoral Student, Lehigh University College of Education

Mary Fran Daley is a former school librarian and STEM teacher. She is also a coal miner's granddaughter and a public school success story. As a doctoral student in the Lehigh University program in Teaching, Learning, and Technology, she is exploring adolescent learning with a focus on the information to innovation evolution. She has published and presented on video game design with youth, inquiry learning, and emerging technologies in education. When she is not geeking at grad school, she can be found herding her toddler twinadoes in suburban New Jersey. She can be contacted through .

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Monday   04-08-2013   1:30 PM – 2:30 PM   E103: Nonfiction 2.0: Digital Extensions of Text to Support the Common Core

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