Free Webinar Introducing Free Online Toolkit for Digital Instructional Materials

On Tuesday, February 9 at 2pm ET, SETDA will launch its latest resource, From Print to Digital: Guide to Quality Instructional Materials. The development of this online toolkit has been supported by tireless dedication of over 20 members and partners to support quality instructional materials vetting and curation in states. In addition, SETDA has collaborated with the Council of Chief State School Officers, the State Instructional Materials Review Association and the AEM Center to ensure a robust resource. To join the launch webinar, register here: The webinar will provide an overview of the tool as well as examples from Utah and Washington on their vetting processes. 

Spread the Word: SETDA encourages each of you to attend and to share information about the webinar and new toolkit with your colleagues both at the state, district, school and corporate level. Please feel free to forward the content below and share sample tweets over the next week.

New Online Community: In addition to the webinar, SETDA is also launching an online community of practice to provide policy makers, school administrators and educator leaders a better understanding of policies and practices related to digital instructional materials. The community, Essential Elements for Digital Content, is free and open to the public. The community will engage in dialogue about the shift to digital including the vetting process, accessibility, professional learning, OER, procurement, implementation and infrastructure.

Help Us Spread the Word with some tweets!

Interested in policies & practices for vetting ? .@SETDA Webinar 2/9 2pm ET  #digitalcontent #edtech #NHEdTech

Check out examples of content vetting. Webinar 2/9 2pm ET .@SETDA #digitalcontent @edwebnet #NHEdTech

.@SETDA Webinar 2/9 at 2pm ET – Launching new vetting toolkit w @cafox @barbarasoots @agriffin5. Register

.@SETDA @waOSPI_OER @uennews to share examples of content vetting policies and practices 2/9 at 2pm ET.

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