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If you have any questions or comments about our webcasts please contact Mallory Bundy via email.


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Using a LMS Is Not a Matter of If, But When

K-12 technology initiatives benefit greatly by having an easy-to-use, highly adoptable LMS to facilitate interactions between teachers, students, and content. If you’re not using an LMS today, come find out why Tempe Union HSD thinks you will be (or at least should be) soon.


3D Printing: From Classroom Applications to the International Space Station

In the technological world that we live in, we have many choices when it comes to the equipment that we can use to complete a task. As teachers of technology, we must consider all our options. 3D printing is becoming more and more mainstream. Join this webcast to learn how this tool has become an integral part of the NASA HUNCH (High Schools United with NASA to Create Hardware) Program which allows students to develop an experiment for testing on the ISS (International Space Station) using a Dimension 3D printer.


Engaging with the Local Community through Google at St. Albans City School

In this webcast, hear directly from the Innovation Specialist at St. Albans City School in Vermont about how they use Google Apps for Education to transform learning and engage with the local community. From their early days as a Google Apps for Education school, St. Albans worked on creative projects using Google Tools to improve their town. With Google Maps and Google Earth, students at St. Albans plotted street light locations in the city in an effort to improve security. Today, students at St. Albans continue to work on a variety of projects through Google Apps for Education, such as improving local trails. Attend this webcast to learn how St. Albans uses Google Apps as an integral part of their project-based learning curriculum.


Is your Wi-Fi Network Ready for Online Testing?

2014 will be the year of digital assessments. As the fall deadline for Common Core testing approaches, school districts need to make sure that their network can handle the deluge of devices and traffic this will create. Get a game plan for putting your network in order. Join our webcast on February 20 when Jeffrey Jennings, SLED Contracts/E-rate Manager at Xirrus, will talk with THE Journal about what schools need to do to.


Del Mar Union School District Drives Student Success with Chromebooks

Preparing today's students for academic success means putting the right technology tools into their hands—tools that support curriculum and foster self-directed learning. Learn how to drive achievement in your district with Chromebooks. Join us February 12 to hear Michael Casey, director of technology at Del Mar Union School District (DMUSD) in San Diego, discuss how his district is using Chromebooks to support its writing curriculum and the Common Core State Standards.


Google East Leyden High School 1 to 1 Chromebooks screenshot

Learning in the Cloud – Leyden High School Goes 1:1 with Google Chromebooks

In this webinar, you'll hear directly from the principal, tech specialists, and students at East Leyden High School about how they successfully built and launched a 1:1 program for all 3,500 students in their school district in the Chicago suburb of Franklin Park, Illinois. You'll learn about Leyden’s Digital Evolution, a campaign to help students keep up with the changing times and enhance their educational experience, and how Chromebooks were chosen (after reviewing other tech options) to help them do so.