Welcome to our library of free K-12 technology-in-the-classroom webcasts from our sponsors. If you have any questions or comments about our webcasts please contact Mallory Bundy via email.

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Improving Academic Achievement: The Colorado Department of Education Growth Model

The Colorado Department of Education reveals how to maximize student progress over time, identify schools and districts producing the highest sustained growth rates and answer essential performance and achievement questions about the student, the school, and the district.

IT Systems Management Report Card: Does Your School Make the Grade?

The demands on college and university IT departments increase each year as resources and budgets decrease. Discover a new way to better manage your IT systems tasks and earn a passing grade for your school.

Taming the PC infrastructure with desktop virtualization

Virtual desktops enabled Donna ISD to replace their aging PC infrastructure, increase the number of desktops per classroom and add instructional labs for their growing district while slashing maintenance costs by half.

New Computing Solutions for 21st Century Learning

T.H.E. Journal’s Linda Briggs talks with Lenovo’s Tim CoyneSmith about ways your school can use technology to engage students and build a 21st century learning environment and a new line of ultraportable PCs designed to support these efforts.

Making Your Analog Surveillance Cameras Go Further with Video Encoders

Safety is always a high priority on campus. Pearland Independent School District’s Gary McCleod discusses the advantages of using video encoders with your existing analog cameras to improve your current video surveillance environment.

Obstacles or Protection--Internet Safety, School Filters, Firewalls

When it comes to Internet safety, parents and teachers are advocating for more restrictions at home and in school, while students complain that the filters and firewalls are limiting their technology use and negatively impacting their ability to learn. This webinar explores the latest findings from Speak Up surveys given to K-12 students, teachers, parents and administrators regarding their views on Internet safety and the obstacles that students face in using technology for learning.