I wish that I could regularly engage in conversations with everyone, but that’s simply not possible for me these days. I am a full time middle school teacher-librarian & technology specialist and my school & my kids will always come first. So, first off, my apologies and thanks for your understanding.
Speaking:
I am available for keynote and featured speaking engagements but my schedule is painfully limited due to the fact that I teach full time and my school & my students will always come first. However, it is an honor to represent my school, district, and the state of Maryland and I look at and evaluate each flattering request carefully. Priority will be given to those engagements that span a weekend or during summer or a school break. Priority will also be placed on those destinations I have yet to visit, or are inherently cool or exotic. I’m looking at you Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Texas, Newfounland, & Saskatoon! I also try and make time for states or districts that are under Ed Tech fire and that need me.
Here are some of the session titles that are part of this year's repertoire.
  1.  QR Codes in the Classroom
  2.  Engaging & Leveraging Mobile Media
  3.  Gadget A-Go-Go: Tasty Tools, & Sweet Sites that Engage Learning Now
  4.  How to be a Presentation Ninja!
  5.  Transliteracy, Advocacy, & The Mix Up Mash Up World of the New Generation
  6.  Community Connections and the Social Media Revolution
  7.  Transparency is the New Black
  8.  Engaging Animation for Dynamite Disposition
Feel free to contact me for my fees & terms.  Please note, though I do have a rider for a pack of Tropical or Wild Berry Skittles I am NOT a Diva!
Press:
Press-related questions should be sent to gwynethanne @ gmail (dot) com. Please should include your deadline, your phone number, what hours you’re available, a description of the article you’re working on, and what questions you wish for me to address. I am happy to  schedule phone calls with print press or call you when I have spare time between teaching and after school. I prefer a phone interview that you are welcome to record rather than a long list of interview questions - I simply don’t have the time to write that much day to day - but we can always work something out. I will do my best with regards to radio/TV scheduling.  
Got a Technical or Design Question?
I never mind answering tech or design questions but please search my blogs, wikis, & this web page before contacting me. I’ve been writing and blogging for years and probably have already answered your question in detail - with pictures! In other words, please do you homework before asking for my help - saves us both loads of time! YAY!
Marketers:
Do not send me press releases or product announcements of things that you want me to blog about. I can guarantee you that I will not blog about them as a result. I am oppositional defiant and I do not enjoy receiving spam from companies advertising their products no matter how cleverly you couch it.
Graduate Students:
I cannot at this time answer long lists of questions from graduate students. I will soon have a FAQ page for those kinds of typical grad questions. Looking for advice about grad or a doctoral program? Read this excellent article from Danah Boyd.
So if you think that you still want to talk to me, YAY!  My email is: gwynethanne @ gmail [dot] com. In general, feel free to write to me but please understand if I can’t respond right away or if I have to say no to your request. I do my best but time keeps slipping away! Gah!  Also, pleae search my blog for the answer to your question 9 times outta 10 the answer is there. :-)
Also feel free to follow & reach me on Twitter, too! @gwynethjones
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The above was heavily cribbed from Danah Boyd who I adore and find to be a brilliant role model regarding all things interwebs for techie chick geeks & change agents.
Contact Info:
I’m really busy but hearing from you is out of this world!