PepsiCo K-12 Technology Mentor Program

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The PepsiCo K-12 Technology Mentor Program is a partnership between Duke University Libraries and the Office of Durham and Community Affairs. A PepsiCo endowment funds the program, which aims to keep local classroom teachers abreast of instructional technology innovation; offer curriculum-related materials to support their work; and increase the information literacy of Durham Public Schools students.

David Stein, the program coordinator, works in close collaboration with Durham educators and Duke’s libraries to develop technology training programs for educators, students, and parents.

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