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|The mission of the Arkansas Public School Computer Network (APSCN) is to implement a statewide data communications network that provides all Arkansas public school systems with electronic access to administrative computing services and remote instructional resources. APSCN also provides assistance in processing daily financial and student management records and with the Statewide Information System.|
|CETPA strives to increase information sharing and communication among K-12 technologists on technology-related issues. It's periodical, DataBus, is an excellent resource for operations and maintenance issues, and most articles are available on-line.|
|The Consortium for School Networking is a professional organization that sponsors conferences, workshops, as well as offering timely updates and information through its web site. CoSN promotes the use of telecommunications to improve K-12 learning. Members represent state and local education agencies, nonprofits, and companies and individuals who the CoSN vision. CoSN's goal areas are leadership development, advocacy, coalition building, and emerging technology.|
|CENIC, the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California, is a non-profit corporation formed by the major university and college systems within the state of California to oversee the operation of an advanced network system for the educational communities throughout the state.|
|Finding, hiring, training, your technology staff�and keeping them once you've got them on the job�is one of your key operations and maintenance challenges. In this Radio TICAL interview with Stephen Kay, TICAL cadre member Tim Landeck shares some of the ways he has successfully faced this daunting task.|
|The K-12 High Speed Network (HSN) is a state-funded program to build an infrastructure to let California schools take advantage of advances in network technology. Learn about current and future plans here at the network's website.|
|Most districts have technology support for teachers and principals, but who does that technology person turn to for help? TechSETS could be the answer. This site provides support for technology directors, coordinators, or teachers charged with implementing technology in the districts and schools. A matrix of Services that need to be supported in schools serves as a starting point. It outlines the related Tasks needed to support each type of service, and the related Skills needed to perform the tasks. Sources of training to gain these skills are linked. This is one of four statewide sites designed to help technology people throughout the state.|
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