Paul Signorelli pursues a variety of interests as a San Francisco-based writer, trainer, instructional designer, social media strategist, presenter, consultant—and lifelong learner. He explores, writes about, and helps others become familiar with e-learning, social media, MOOCs, artificial intelligence in learning, entrepreneurship, and community partnerships (onsite and online) to creatively facilitate positive change within organizations. He also absolutely adores connectivist MOOCs, having participated as a learner in #etmooc (the Educational Technology & Media MOOC) and #xplrpln (the Exploring Personal Learning Networks MOOC) in 2013; the Connected Courses (#ccourses) MOOC in 2014; and #IMMOOC (the Innovator's Mindset MOOC) in 2017, as well as helping design and facilitate the Open Content and Learning MOOC (#oclmooc) in fall 2014. Paul co-wrote Workplace Learning & Leadership (ALA Editions; 2011) and is currently under contract to complete Use Social Media to Change the World for Rowman & Littlefield (projected publication date: 2019). He is active at several levels in the Association for Talent Development (includiing membership in the Sacramento and South Florida chapters), the Horizon Project (ed-tech reports formerly produced through the New Media Consortium, now under the auspices of EDUCAUSE), Beyond the Horizons Slack community (which he helped organize after the New Media Consortium shut down in December 2017), and the American Library Association; earned an MLIS through the University of North Texas (with an emphasis on online learning) and an M.A. in Arts Administration at Golden Gate University (San Francisco); blogs at Building Creative Bridges (http://buildingcreativebridges.wordpress.com) and contributes to others including ATD blogs and The Tambellini Group's Top of Mind (ed-tech in higher education) blog; and can be reached at email@example.com.