Learningtech.org [The Miller Institute for Learning with Technology] is a 501(c)(3) California nonprofit, public benefit corporation. Our mission is to help people use technology more effectively for learning. We provide educational technology consulting services and hands-on learning opportunities. We emphasize student achievement and equitable access. We help design innovative solutions to facilitate teaching and learning. We work in a variety of contexts, including: traditional public schools, charter schools and charter management organizations, parochial schools, independent schools, other nonprofit groups providing services to youth and the community, as well as higher education and corporate training. We also offer technology workshops and summer camps for the general public.
Our philosophy is to offer whatever services are needed to help learners and educators succeed with technology. We help author technology plans, prepare grant proposals and funding applications (such as E-Rate), design networks, wire facilities, configure routers and servers, conduct competitive bidding and negotiations with suppliers on behalf of our clients, set up computers, replicate hard drives, assist teachers in designing lesson plans to integrate technology with content standards, deliver professional development seminars, roll out student information management systems, host school web sites and even reduce the amount of spam in the Superintendent's email. We help schools measure the impact of technology on student achievement, and we show up promptly to help troubleshoot when something goes wrong. We never forget that learning is the goal; technology is merely a means to that end.
Since we were founded in March 2000, The Miller Institute has established an impeccable reputation with our clients for integrity and technical excellence. We are deeply committed to making the world a better place, by ensuring equitable access to the power tools of knowledge and learning. Our founder and Executive Director, Mark L. Miller, Ph.D. (MIT '79), has devoted his entire multi-decade career to applying innovative technologies for learning. Please help us reach across the digital divide to make a difference in the lives of all learners. Our Donations page provides further information about helping us to help those students and schools most in need of our assistance.