Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership

 

  Search Results

  The following results match the search criteria you entered.
  Click the "Next" button to view additional results.
  Return to the Matrix Search page.


Batchgeo

http://www.batchgeo.com

The development of interactive maps that "tell a story" just got very simple. Simply do a query such as free and reduced students, export that data into a program like Batchgeo.com, and you will have a map with where all those students live. Our district has used this for free and reduced, suspensions, attendance boundaries, bus stops and board member areas. Very simple and fast.
 

Free Digital Textbook Initiative

http://www.clrn.org/fdti/

The California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) reviewed several digital textbooks to determine which content standards were met in each textbook. This page provides links to each publisher's textbook and the number of standards that were met. You can also access the entire Free Digital Textbook Initiative Report published in August of 2009.
 

The Bottom Line: Financing Online/Blended Programs

http://www.portical.org/Presentations/leadership3.0_symposium_index.html#costs_elearning

In this presentation from the Leadership 3.0 Symposium, Rob Darrow addresses the question "How do schools finance online or blended learning programs in California?" One time and ongoing costs need to be identified in order to develop a sustainable model for an online or blended learning program. The components that need to be financed should be identified in the planning process and incorporated into a long range plan. Examples will be shared of what needs to be financed and how to do it. Creative financing can help in providing students new learning opportunities without boundaries.
 

Total Cost of Ownership

http://www.cosn.org/tco

Understanding the complete cost of your computing programs is key for the implementation of your strategic plan and evaluation of actions to provide better service for less. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a methodology to measure and understand the costs of acquiring and maintaining networks of computers and obtaining staff and other user-related support. This site developed by CoSN provides tools and case studies to assist in your technology planning.
 
<<Prev | 1-4 | Next>>
(Displaying 1 - 4 of 4)