Diane S. Kendall
Diane Kendall is a former middle school and high school teacher, textbook editor, and Teachers College, Columbia University instructor who became fascinated with the home-school technology connection when her oldest child entered school. She is the author of numerous articles and books on technology and kids including Computers and School Age Kids (Ceridian, 2001), Computers and Young Children (Ceridian, 2000), and Kids, Computers and Homework (Random House , 1996). She works as the editor of her own small publishing firm, Children's Software Press which publishes booklets for teachers, students and parents and has traveled all over the world speaking on technology. Diane has been a columnist on the Power to Learn site since 1997.
Dr. Merle Marsh
Dr. Merle Marsh, an administrator at the Worcester Preparatory School in Maryland, has worked with students and technology since the 1980s. The author of Everything You Need to Know (But Were Afraid to Ask Kids) About the Information Highway (Computer Learning Foundation, 1995 and 1997), Marsh has also written about technology for Apple Computer, Inc.; Microsoft Corporation; Smithsonian Air & Space Museum; Harper-Row; Technology & Learning; and others. She developed many of the education resources currently available on the Apple Computer site and has done satellite television and radio interviews for Microsoft. Together with Diane Kendall, she has written technology-related brochures for student, teachers and parents, the latest being Wish I'd Known That: Tips for Taking Technology to College (CSP Books, 2002).