Anya Kamenetz is an expert on learning and technology and an educational futurist with a passion for the complexities of how we learn, work, and live in the new millennium. Named an "Educational Game-Changer" by The Huffington Post, and a two-time winner of national prizes from the Education Writers of America, Anya is part of a new team at National Public Radio coordinating national coverage of education both online and on-air. Her debut book, Generation Debt, received critical acclaim for stoking debate on the unprecedented economic challenges young people face. She was featured everywhere from Larry King Live to The View. In 2010, she published DIY U, prompting the Huffington Post to name her an “Educational Game Changer.” She was prominently featured in the acclaimed CNN documentary Ivory Tower, about the crisis in higher education. Critics called her third book, The Test, a “must read” for anyone interested in our education system. It explored the past, present and future of assessment and challenged conventional ideas about intelligence, achievement and success. Her upcoming book, The Joy of Screen Time, will transform the way you think about digital natives and parenting in the digital age. Her presentations are filled with insights into her own experience, and years of research into the Internet-driven education revolution, a phenomenon that is changing life around the planet.