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Otus Founder Named one of NSBA’s “20 to Watch” in 2016

Author: Keith Westman | Blog |

We are excited to share that our very own Chris Hull has been named one of the “20 To Watch” Educational Technology Leaders by the National School Boards Association. Chris and the other 19 recipients were selected for this honor due to their successful influence on fellow educators with regards to integrating effective instructional technology in their classrooms and schools.

We are humbled and honored that Chris has been selected for this recognition. Three years ago, when Chris and two of his colleagues realized that there was not an easy way to create, house, and collect data from a variety of sources, the idea for Otus was born. Since then, Chris has worked diligently to construct a user-friendly, comprehensive system that connects data to instruction and promotes student learning and engagement. Chris strives to ensure that all educators have access and appropriate professional development so they too can share in the remarkable effects of Otus.

Chris and the other “20 To Watch” recipients will be honored at The 2016 Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) Conference on April 4 in Washington, D.C. and at the TLN-hosted luncheon during NSBA’s 2016 Annual Conference on April 8 in Boston. You can read about all of this year’s honorees here. Congratulations, Chris!

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