CoSN Board Member: Donna Williamson (wild@mtnbrook.k12.al.us)

CoSN Liason &Membership Chair: Joani Kay, (kayj@mtnbrook.k12.al.us)

CALL CETL Study Cohort Chair: Tim Brothers, (tbrothers@attalla.k12.al.us)

CoSN EdCamp: Suzan Brandt (brands@mtnbrook.k12.al.us)


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CoSN Conference
COSN 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE: DESIGNING LEARNING IN THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Learn More and Register at: https://cosnconference.org/

Monumental Impact! Advocacy Dinner & Auction 

will take place on

Tuesday, March 13, 2018









CoSN webinar, On Guard: First Steps to Cybersecurity, Feb 13 (free to CoSN or CALL members)

What measures can you take that will give the biggest bang for the buck in improving your district network security? In this webinar, experienced technology leaders will discuss what actions will have the biggest impact on your security stance. 

Register at http://cosn.org/events/webinars/guard-first-steps-cybersecurity

View all CoSN webinars http://cosn.org/advancement/webinars

 

 


 

 

 

CoSN Mission

The Consortium for School Networking (C0SN) is the world's leading professional organization, representing the interests of K-12 school district technology leaders.
 
Our mission is to empower these leaders to use technology strategically to improve teaching and learning in the 21st century.
   
Alabama Educational Association

    AETA is an organization comprised of professionals who work primarily in K-12 educational technology in Alabama public school systems. The purpose of the Association is to promote the positive impact of technology in education. To accomplish this purpose, our members seek to share information and educate policymakers.

    Some of our goals include:

    • Supporting the use of technology in the curriculum to advance student achievement
    • Providing professional development for public school technology leaders
    • Establishing a technology advocacy infrastructure
 

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