About ZTLearn.com

  • Provide resources helpful to students, teachers, parents and other interested in learning

    • Links to Online Resources

    • Links for specific academic subject areas

    • Create special collections for specific projects topics (i.e.creating a "Coat of Arms", Archaeology & Physical Anthropology, etc.)

    • Develop original content in wide variety of formats (webinars, how-to guides, notes from presentations, etc.)

  • Provide Free Resources

    • Sites that are completely free

    • Sites that provide free resources for students and/or teachers

    • Sites that are not completely free but have provide a substantial amount of  free content

    • Professional sites for teachers of specific subject areas

  • Encourage collaboration worldwide

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What is ZTLearn?

  • ZTLearn is a small privately owned family business that:

    • Hosts the Web Resources Hoarder site, a completely free service

    • Host a Blog- ZTLearn.blogspot.com (still in its infancy)

    • Provides Professional Development and other training for Educators

    • Provides Consulting to Schools and other educational organizations

    • Provides Services to Commercial, Nonprofit and personal businesses/organizations:

      • Consulting

      • Training

      • Web Development

      • Marketing

      • Project Implementation/Management

Where are we based?

  • We are located in Stow, Ohio, a small community located between Akron and Cleveland

  • Although much of our onsite training & consulting occurs in Northeast Ohio, we are available for work nationwide (with appropriate travel compensation).

  • We also are available via video/voice conferencing, online collaborations and nd other projects/training worldwide.

  Contact Us

Questions, comments and suggestions should be sent to anthony@ZTLearn.com or a@k8zt.com Who are we?

  • The owners of ZTLearn are Anthony & Linda Luscre

  • Anthony is a semi-retired Technology Integration Specialist and Technology Director with over 20 years of experience in public schools

    • Background also includes 20 years in both the Medical Technology & Electronics fields.

    • He is a frequent speaker at a variety of conferences on a wide range of tech related topics including Advanced Web Searching, Google Apps for Education, Ethics in a Digital World and Information & Media Literacy.

    • Anthony's Education includes a B.S. in Science with Majors in Biology & Chemistry from Kent State University, ASCP Certified Medical Technologist from Akron General Medical Center and Master's work at Kent State in World Health and Physical Anthropology and the University of Akron in Mycology and Electronic Microscopy

    • A strong advocate for Information & Technology Literacy, Anthony believes it is imperative that teachers enable their students to be effective and efficient users of electronic resources-- incorporating advanced web searching techniques, critical evaluation of information found and the ability to glean and manipulate data using a wide variety of online & computer based productivity tools.

    • His hobbies include Amateur (Ham) Radio, call sign is K8ZT, Electronics, History & Geography, Trains, Cooking and Making Stuff.

    • Previous Conference/Training Presentations include-

      • OETC/eTech Ohio/OSN State Tech. Conf. (2002-17) >60 sessions- concurrent & workshops

      • FETC 2012, 2011 & 2008- Featured/Spotlight Speaker

      • Amer. Assoc. School Librarians 2009 Nat. Conf.

      • 20014 & 2005 OELMA State Conf.

      • 2010-15 NEOTech Conf. (21 sessions)

      • 2006-16 SPARCC Tech. Conf.

      • 2014 ITIP Ohio's Summit of Google for Ed.

      • 2010 Columbus Schools Librarians

      • Ohio Educators' Symposium - ESC of Medina County (2012-16)

      • Progressive Business Audio Conf. 2009-14

      • Numerous regional & local presentations

  • Linda is an Intervention Specialist with over 35 years of experience in education

    • In addition to here Intervention Certification, Linda has a Master of Education, specializing in Reading and a Baccalaureate Degree from Kent State University

    • Her work has focused on K through 8th-grade students with a wide variety of learning disabilities and special needs.