Lance Eaton is the Director of Faculty Development & Innovation at College Unbound, a part-time instructor at North Shore Community College, and a PhD student at the University of Massachusetts, Boston with a dissertation that focuses on how scholars engage in academic piracy. His work engages with the possibility of digital tools for expanding teaching and learning communities while considering the various deep issues and questions that educational technologies open up for students, faculty, and higher ed as a whole. He has given talks, written about, and presented at conferences on artificial intelligence generative tools in education, academic piracy, open access, OER, open pedagogy, hybrid flexible learning, and digital service-learning. His previous work includes Educational Programs Manager at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, Associate Director of Learning Design at Brandeis University in the Graduate Professional Studies program in the Rabb School. Lance has earned an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice, a Bachelor's Degree in History, one Master's Degree in American Studies, one Master's Degree in Public Administration, and one Master's Degree in Education with a focus on Instructional Design. His work on generative AI and education can be found on this website and his musings, reflections, and ramblings can be found on his blog.