The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic impacted all activities on planet Earth, including design, delivery, and evaluation of nutrition education and our daily nutrition behaviors. Educators, researchers, and policy makers rose to the challenge to continue service, study phenomena, and problem solve in the face of significant barriers. The 2022 annual SNEB conference will acknowledge and inventory these accomplishments to honor, inform, inspire, and design future health and nutrition education and behavior endeavors and venues. Modifications implemented to sustain our focus and productivity highlighted known concerns with technophobia by consumers and professionals and the need for retraining, but also revealed novel problems and prompted fast-track solutions, likely to persist post-pandemic. The examples are numerous: issues with tech equity and accessibility loomed large; lightning-speed virtual transition of face-to-face research projects, programs, and classes; introduction and/or required use of mobile apps for food banks, farm-to-market programs and government nutrition assistance programs; intergenerational learning; food procurement and preparation strategies; and privacy issues for collection and safeguarding of personal information. Health and nutrition educators, researchers, and managers have stories to share, ideas to promote, and questions that need answers. With the assistance of one of the newest SNEB divisions, Digital Technology in Nutrition Education and Behavior Change (DigiTech), the 2022 annual conference is planning to meet these needs.
defined terms like “byte” and “joystick.” Pamela McMurray and Loretta Hoover 3 diagrammed computer uses as informational, revelatory, conjectural, and emancipatory, and Helen Pyle Njus et al 4 emphasized the concept of nutrition software being user-friendly.