New Mexico Society for Technology in Education

NMSTE & CTO Clinic "Leading Digital Learning" Spring Conference 2015


CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) is the premier professional association for district technology leaders. Click on the logo to learn more! 
Thursday Apr 9 9:00am- 4:00pm  &
Friday Apr 10 8:00am - 3:00pm

@ Las Cruces Las Cruces Public School’s Arrowhead Park Early College High School

Who should attend? CTOs/CIOs, technology coordinators, teachers, and administrators. There'll be tech topics for everyone!

Call for Presenters  Deadline March 1st.


$40.oo for Non-Members

Registration questions can be directed to Mindy Halpert, Questions about the clinic Visit

Note: There are three types of CoSN memberships: Institutional, Individual, and Corporate. Employees of schools, either public or private, receive member benefits if their school or school district is an institutional member. "Schools" pay a membership fee based on student enrollment: Large (>15000), Medium (2500 - 14,999) and Small (<2500). 

Individual membership are described here which includes a message from Tom Ryan!

We will post a list of NM CoSN member district/schools when we receive it from CoSN.

Thank you for a successful
New Mexico Educators Conference 2014
Hotel Albuquerque
Friday, November 21-Saturday, November 22
Student Engagement and the Use of Technology
Dr. Gary Shattuck, Director of Technology at Newton County School System
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NMSTE NMEC Conference November 2014

NMSTE's  Mission:  to ensure the success for all students by serving as a state wide network of individuals seeking to improve teaching and learning by advancing the effective use of technology in education. As a nonprofit membership organization, we will provide leadership and service to improve teaching, learning, and school leadership by advancing the effective use of technology in PK-16 and teacher education.