Frank Odasz


Frank Odasz


Frank is President of Lone Eagle Consulting. Founded in 1998, Lone Eagle specializes in fast-track online Internet training for rural, remote, and indigenous learners. Lone Eagle offers strategic design for local, regional, state, and national broadband awareness and adoption campaigns, specifically for vulnerable populations.


As Lone Eagle president, Frank has been a prolific and aggressive advocate and presenter at national and international conferences on rural and indigenous broadband training practices, 21st Century Workforce Readiness, Rural Ecommerce and Telework Strategies, and online learning for ALL. Broadband awareness and adoption training programs require motivational incentives for collaborative engagement, volunteerism, and instructional entrepreneurship, utilizing social media and Internet video, focused on new social metrics and measurable outcomes.


While serving as faculty at the University of Montana, Western, 1985-1997, Frank founded the Big Sky Telegraph network connecting one-room rural schools online. Since 1988, Frank has been teaching teachers and citizens online courses via multiple universities and rural workforce projects. Frank currently teaches online graduate courses for educators on best use of the Internet in the K12 classroom and designing online courses for K12 for Alaska Pacific University. 


As one of the early pioneers of both online learning and community networking, Frank served on the founding boards for both the Consortium for School Networking and the Association for Community Networking.


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