Meet this year’s tech innovators — nine men, women, and projects using education technology boldly and broadly. This is the fourth time in recent years that The Chronicle has featured innovative uses of technology to solve problems — to develop more personalized instruction, preserve scientific integrity, help disabled vets get an education, and more. As part of the selection process, we asked readers and higher-education leaders for suggestions. We were just as interested in projects with a shoestring budget as we were in bigger, more-ambitious projects. We considered leaders in various sectors, so you’ll meet ed-tech entrepreneurs, student activists, a community-college president, and a scholar who wants us to ask questions — many questions — about who benefits from technology. The final selections were made by a group of Chronicle editors and reporters.
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Faculty members who resist moving their classrooms online may be expressing a fundamental concern about preserving their traditional roles.