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Category Archives: Webinars
The National SpeakUp campaign launched yesterday with a great Speak Up 101 webinar. We’re looking forward to another great Speak Up season! Dr.Julie Evans shared important and interesting information regarding participation in the SpeakUp survey and what it could mean … Continue reading
It’s National SpeakUp Week! Don’t miss the opportunity to SpeakUp! If you missed the webinar for NH on December 6 by Project Tomorrow leader, Julie Evans, here is the link to the recording: The surveys are open through January 19, … Continue reading
The Office of Educational Technology at the New Hampshire Department of Education and Project Tomorrow are hosting a webinar on December 6th for Administrators, Teachers, and all Educators interested in learning more about the Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning … Continue reading
State Wi-Fi Leadership for Fostering Digital Learning Ready K–12 Schools: Extending the Broadband Imperative II
Below is a press release for SETDA’s latest resource, State Wi-Fi Leadership for Fostering Digital Learning Ready K–12 Schools: Extending the Broadband Imperative II. As announced previously, SETDA released this paper via a webinar this afternoon. If you missed the webinar, you … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Happy October! Next Wednesday, October 12 marks the start of Speak Up 2016! If you haven’t registered your school(s) and/or district for the survey yet, we’ve included information on how to get started. We’ve also included information about our upcoming … Continue reading