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Leadership for Mobile Learning

http://www.cosn.org/?TabId=8108

A CoSN leadership initiative, Leadership for Mobile Learning (LML), will address the capacity of district leadership to overcome the barriers and develop, plan, implement and manage policies to effectively use mobile devices for the improvement of teaching and learning.
 

Learning and Living in an Online World

http://www.portical.org/podcasts/learning-and-living-in-an-online-world/48.htm

Internet use has changed. Increasingly, our students are using the Internet for social purposes, not simply to look up information or buy things. School administrators have to worry about more than filtering out inappropriate content; they have to add cyber safety to the course of instruction. In this episode of Radio TICAL, Susan Brooks-Young offers ideas for how you can meet these safety challenges without giving up valuable instructional uses of the Internet.
 

Office of Educational Technology - Openly Licensed Educational Resources

http://tech.ed.gov/open-education/

Open Education is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Education. It includes a focus on openly licensed educational resources, which are learning materials that can be used for teaching, learning, and assessment without cost. The initiative also includes Open Date--the idea that data should be freely available to the public.
 

Seminars from Fagen, Freidman and Fulfrost

http://www.f3law.com/page.php?id=7

The law firm Fagen, Freidman and Fulfrost has partnered with ACSA to deliver a comprehensive guide to the world of social media and its impact (both positive and negative) on California school administrators. They offer periodic seminars on key topics related to technology vis a vis educational management and policy.
 

Sloan-C

http://sloanconsortium.org/

The Sloan Consortium is an institutional and professional leadership organization dedicated to integrating online learning and education into the mainstream of higher education, helping institutions and individual educators improve the quality, scale, and breadth of education. Membership in the Sloan Consortium provides knowledge, practice, community, and direction for educators.
 

Social Media Toolkit by Chicago Public Schools

http://www.cps.edu/branding/pages/socialmedia.aspx

This web page is a toolkit of resources—video, documents, and links to other sites—for principals who want to use social media to connect with their school communities. At some CPS schools, staff members and parents are working together with their principal on using social media; these resources are for you, too! Also included is the highlighted creative and effective social media use by CPS schools in a "Social Media Trailblazer" video series.
 

Systemic Improvement Using Netbooks - Part 1 of 2

http://www.portical.org/tv/systemic-improvement-using-netbooks/78.htm

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 district’s 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.
 

Ultimate Guide to Online Privacy

https://fried.com/privacy

Comprehensive 2016 guide on how to do things from securing your email and encrypting your files, to securing your online storage and privatising your online messaging. Included is also a list of 150+ tools and resources to help protect your privacy online.
 
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