I’m presenting a webinar today for COSN (The Consortium for School Networking) that starts in 15 minutes, at 12 pm US Central time. The title is “Broadband Boot Camp for Educators.” The webinar is open to anyone, and will be archived and available on the COSN website for the next 90 days. (Click here to register online and join us live.) I’ll share a link to the archived version after it is posted sometime tomorrow. Other presenters in the webinar include Ed Zaiontz, Executive Director for Information Services in Round Rock ISD, Texas, and Andy Hall, Network Administrator for the Kearney School District in Kearney, Missouri.
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