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|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.|
|Are you looking for up-to-date information about E-Rate and/or other initiatives from the FCC? This site is an excellent place to start. In addition to current information about E-Rate and Universal Service, there are links to other educational sites and to the Schools and Libraries Division (SLD) Home Page.|
|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.|
|The initiative is sponsored by IBM, Cisco, Pearson Education, and SAS to support the adoption and utilization of open technologies in K-12 education around the world. The goal of this Web site is to help educators and technologists with the planning, evaluation, decision-making, and implementation processes associated with adopting Open Technologies in K-12. Initially, the site will focus on the fundamentals of the open technologies movement in education.|
|This resource, a supplement to CoSN's Leadership for Mobile Learning initiative, provides school leaders with best practices, implementations, reserach, resources, and more all relating to mobile learning.|
|Fort Smith Public Schools in Fort Smith, AR, implemented a 1:1 program with netbooks in several junior high and high school classrooms to create a more student-centered and project-based focus. Spearheaded by the districtís Professional Development Center, emphasis was first placed on changing the pedagogical paradigm. In this first of two part TICALevision episode, professional development director, Dr. Kathleen Cates, discusses the intensive professional development program, teachers share how the netbooks (mini laptops) encourage student engagement, and you will see students learning at their own pace.|
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