Incommunicado is an educational technologist, hacker, researcher and open content/open network activist. He currently works at the BC Libraries Cooperative as the Systems Manager. In his spare time he volunteers for Mozilla doing Webmaker workshops with kids.

Previously, he worked as the Manager of Client Services in Open Education for BCcampus, a province-wide post-secondary agency in British Columbia, Canada.

Scott researched course management systems, repository and eportfolio software with Dr. Bruce Landon as part of the Western Cooperative on Educational Telecommunications’ (WCET) team. He was the research coordinator for educational technology at the Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology (C2T2), a post-secondary system agency in British Columbia, Canada.

Scott was also the webmaster at both Mount Royal College and The Banff Centre for Continuing Education, and an instructor for the PanCanadian EdTech Summer Institute. He holds a combined honors BA in English and Philosophy from the University of Western Ontario, and a MA in Critical and Cultural Theory from the University of Wales, College Cardiff.

Scott lives in Victoria, B.C. with his two kids, where he  enjoys impromptu jams, noodling with computer music programs, meditation, gardening and reading on a wide variety of topics.