Throughout the past few weeks, I have shared and explored various educational digital tools, the importance of keeping up with educational trends and how to reach a broader audience through my Lamar University Course EDLD 5317, Digital Communication and Collaboration. I spent an entire weekend playing with many of the recommended educational programs and tools that were shared within my small group and within the class discussions with my fellow classmates. When I learned that we would be authoring an article appropriate for publication as well as creating a podcast, I was panicked! However, the ability to select my topic – something I am passionate about that could possibly impact a positive change in education – made the process just a bit easier. Honing in on the results and benefits of my proposed innovation project as the inspiration where I encourage and share the benefits of student-led instructional technology support, I worked hard to provide resources, data and tangible advantages so that other educators would be inspired to start one at their own school. My LU small learning community (not really that small – Michelle R., Maria R., Danielle P., Lindsay H., Avery N., Lindsey W.,and myself) met once a week via zoom and communicated 24/7 on Group Me as we provided guidance, brainstormed options, critiqued and clarified the various steps of our individual articles. We created a shared rubric for our article where we all tweaked and offered suggestions until everyone agreed upon the criteria. We copied the form and input numeric scores and comments to share feedforward with the “author”. This was such a powerful lesson as the feedforward I received from each member helped my paper morph into an article that I hope will soon be published by ISTE! In addition, I thought a 45-minute podcast was incredibly long and potentially difficult. Talking to my two fabulous guest educators about their experience with student “techsperts” was like a phone call with some old college friends! We laughed, shared frustrations, advice and encouragement in our 52 minutes together – and I have no doubt we could have kept going! What I was completely dreading at the beginning of this term, ended up being the most fun I have had throughout my Masters course! I look forward to implementing several of the digital tools into my routine and recording a few more of my Education Revelation Podcasts.