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T.J. Wolfe is a Ph.D. student and Technology Coach at North Carolina State University. He spent 5 years as a middle school science teacher, where he was voted Teacher of the Year. His areas of research include digital learning and productivity, one-to-one computing, virtual worlds, and Web 2.0 integration. (For more information please visit www.thecatchsystem.com.)
Correspondence can be sent to North Carolina State University, 402 Poe Hall, Campus Box 7801, Raleigh, NC, 27695.