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Roger Wagner

Roger Wagner has been active in CUE since the 1980s, and has received CUE's Gold Disk (2010) and the Technology in Learning Leadership award (1997). Roger was a high school science teacher who became one of the first people to program the early personal computers, and wrote books and magazine articles during the early days of personal computing. He has presented and keynoted at local, state, national and international conferences on the use of technology in education, and coined the phrases "copyright friendly" and "multimedia writing". Roger is also a private pilot with interests in music, mathematics, linguistics, science, photography and architecture. As a member of the CUE Board of Directors, Roger believes that technology can be an an enabling and amplifying factor in students' work and creativity, and that the CUE organization has an important leadership role in the use of technology in the education profession.