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Chester Kozikowski
Works at Boston College Law School
Attended Southern Connecticut State University
Lives in Boston, MA
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"Tracking Changes in Google Docs"
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Hmmmm.... I do have to admit I reach for my Moto a lot more than I do my tablet. And then a Chromebook for work. I've had a few edtech pilots do 180's with tablets as well. You?
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Anyone in Legal Ed using this? Seems like a very quick and easy way to give quizzes anonymously/exam ID based. 
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#legaltech2014 artificial intelligence v intelligence amplification. The future will be so interesting. 
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"To Prevent Crime, Walk the Dog on At-Risk Blocks"
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Put your phone down, but first, go to this site!
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140 students, faculty, staff and alumni. 32 locations around campus. Six days. See Boston College's take on Pharrell Williams' Oscar-nominated song "Happy". ‪#‎BCHappy‬
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I completely missed the Chrombox for Meetings announcement while at LegalTechNY. What a great offering! 
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Educational Technology, Library Science, Higher Education
educational technology, instructional design, technology support, project management, library, higher education, analysis
  • Boston College Law School
    Educational Technology Specialist, 2010 - present
  • Boston College Law School
    Faculty & Technology Support Specialist, 2008 - 2009
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Boston, MA
Plymouth, CT - Meredith, NH - Hyde Park, NY - Providence, RI
Educational technologist, librarian, vegan, modern tree-hugger, animal and Google lover.
Professionally I spend the majority of my time researching and supporting technologies that I believe can influence learning in some way. From the simple tool to make an instructors life easier on the go, or a large project that will make a clinical experience more lifelike. I am always on the hunt for new and innovative ways to improve the educational experience. My librarian backbone helps to drive my service oriented approach full of analysis and research. I also am very interested in learning theory, especially as it relates to online learning, and hope to continue exploring that issue as it develops. I cannot imagine a professional life that does not involve constant learning. 

Personally I spend a good deal of time cooking vegan things, reading, being trapped deep in thought about how I can make a difference in the world (often times without any answer!), fantasizing about winning the lottery, thinking about doing yoga, visiting with my curious friends, and of course, gushing over my dog. 
Bragging rights
Recently won "AALL Spectrum Article of the Year" which recounted a Rare Book Room Exhibit that my colleague and I worked on to incorporate a self guided tour into.
  • Southern Connecticut State University
    Library & Information Science, 2008 - 2012
  • University of Phoenix
    Continuing Ed, 2005 - 2006
    SDLC, Information Systems, Database Management, Project Management
  • Central Connecticut State University
    History, 2001 - 2004
  • Culinary Institute of America
    Pastry Arts, 1999 - 2000
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