CoSN Liason: Donna Williamson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Membership Chair: Joani Kay, (email@example.com)
Program Chair: Connie Bain, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CoSN EdCamp: Suzan Brandt (email@example.com)
September 2014, We currently have several CALL members working and preparing to take the CETL exam. We have a Moodlerooms course developed and we are working through the 11 modules together. CALL is offering the exam during the fall AETA conference. If you are interested in taking the exam, please register with CoSN (CoSN CETL Exam Registration
Preparing for the Conference: The CoSN 2015 Conference is designed for education leaders to better understand their changing roles in creating the new face of learning. Last year, we had the largest delegation from Alabama ever! We hope to increase our numbers again this year since the conference is so close - Atlanta, GA.
Learn More About the CoSN CETL Exam:
CoSN Has an Alabama Board Member!
WOW! Our state chapter is really growing. Twenty-five Alabama school systems are members of the Alabama State Chapter of CoSN, CoSN ALabama Leaders (CALL). We are 300+ members strong. Thank you to everyone who has already renewed your membership for the 2013-2014 year.
CoSN Alabama Leaders (CALL) is a sub group of the Alabama Education Technology Association (AETA) and a state chapter to the International organization Consortium for School Networking (CoSN). To become a member, at least one member must be a member of AETA. The school systems will join as an Institutional member. School systems may enroll up to twenty individuals to become a member of the team. Each member will receive CALL and CoSN newsletters as well as the following:
Membership rates are based on the size of your school system. Visit the CoSN website for Institutional rates. Please contact Joani Kay, CALL Membership Chair if you have any questions. (firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent CoSN Reports
Sarah Landers Becomes Newest Member of CoSN Team
Articles of Interest
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: