Tom Liam Lynch is the Assistant Professor of Educational Technology at Pace University in Manhattan. A former English teacher and school district official for the New York City Department of Education, Dr. Lynch led the implementation of a $50M online/blended learning program in over 100 schools called iLearnNYC (ilearnnyc.net). He also designed and guided the initial implementation of WeTeachNYC (weteachnyc.org), a digital resource repository and learning environment for the city’s 80,000 teachers. Dr. Lynch’s research sits at the intersection of software theory and English education. He co-directs a digital humanities pedagogy and research center called Babble Lab at Pace University, where he examines the relationship between K-12 computer science and literacy via his #CS4ELA program. His newest book Strata and Bones: Selected Essays on Education, Technology, and Teaching English is available on Amazon. Other publications appear in leading academic journals, including Berkeley Review of Education, Research in the Teaching of English, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, English Journal, and Changing English. Connect with Dr. Lynch on his website at tomliamlynch.com or via Twitter @tomliamlynch.