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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) LiveBinder

http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=404796

Originally developed for a workshop, this LiveBinder offers links to BYOD-related resources in six areas: Overview, Planning, Policies/Procedures, Important Reports, Instructional Ideas, and Articles about BYOD. The target audience for this binder is school administrators, technology directors, and teachers.
 

Change Theory: A Force for School Improvement

http://www.michaelfullan.ca/media/13396072630.pdf

Michael Fullan compares "flawed change theories" to "theories of action with merit." He identifies some typical barriers and explores ways to use "change knowledge" more fully to push ahead and actually accomplish meaningful change.
 

Digital Equity Action Agenda

http://www.cosn.org/focus-areas/leadership-vision/digital-equity-action-agenda

CoSN is working to close the access gap for learning no matter where students are. As of 2016, the project has developed a Digital Equity Action Toolkit, an Infographic, survey templates, and a list of additional resources.
 

E-Rate and Other FCC Initiatives

http://transition.fcc.gov/learnnet/

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.
 

Education Technology Plan Information

http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/et/rs/techplan.asp

Here's a direct link to the main page on the California Department of Education website where you will find the links to technology plan guidelines, a listing of currently approved plans, and other related information.
 

Empowering Learning: A Blueprint for California Education Technology

http://www.cde.ca.gov/eo/in/documents/yr14bp0418.pdf

This Blueprint for California Education Technology is a call to action for educators, community leaders, and businesses to work together to find solutions to the challenges we face. This is a guide to help leaders in CA determine direction for technology in their educational programs.
 

Enhancing Education Through Technology Program - EETT

http://www2.ed.gov/programs/edtech/index.html

Funding for K-12 technology is being sent to states by the U.S. State Department of Education through the Enhancing Education Through Technology Program (EETT). This site is an excellent summary of the program, which is included in the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). Goals for the program are to improve student academic achievement through the use of technology in K-12 schools by students, teachers and administrators becoming technologically literate, to decrease the digital divide, and by integrating technology in to the curriculum.
 

Grants and Funding for School Technology

http://www.eschoolnews.com/funding/

This web site, sponsored by eSchool News, promises to help educators discover hundreds of new and hidden school technology funding sources and become experts in what it takes to create successful grant proposals. Various areas on the site include information about current grants with links to grant sites, technology forums, and a calendar of events, primarily workshops being offered.
 

National Center for Technology Planning

http://www.nctp.com/

Founded by Dr. Larry S. Anderson, this site offers a wealth of information for technology planning at various educational levels. There are sample needs assessments, plans, articles, and a guidebook for planning. The podcasts with Dr. Anderson can be useful in setting the stage with your technology planning committee.
 

Rethinking Acceptable Use Policies to Enable Digital Learning: A Guide for School Districts

http://www.cosn.org/sites/default/files/pdf/Revised%20AUP%20March%202013_final.pdf

The purpose of this guide is to help schools and districts rethink and update their existing Acceptable Use Policies to better reflect technologies available today in K-12 classrooms. Eight policy questions to guide discussions are explored in this recently updated document.
 
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