Posted tagged ‘CoSN’

CoSN 2014 induction to Volunteer Hall of Fame and CoSN Conference

04/01/2014

In recognition of the his volunteer commitments to CoSN, Dr. Dahlby, Owner/Chief Innovator for Educational Technology Leadership Consulting, was inducted into CoSN’s 2014 Volunteer Hall of Fame. At this special event on, the CoSN Executive staff and Board honored volunteers, new Certified Education Technology Leaders and companies with unique vision and participation among the elite CoSN community.

Dr. Dahlby facilitated one workshop and three wide ranging sessions at the 2014 CoSN Conference in Washington, DC.

 

The SEND (Smart Education Networks by Design) Guidelines and Checklists were highlighted several times a the conference in addition to the workshop and a dedicated session.  It was the only CoSN initiative to exhibit on in Innovation Central.  Dr. Dahlby lead as project director.  http://cosn.org/SmartEdNetworks #SmartEdNetworks @cosn Image

 

 

CoSN Smart Education Networks by Design Guidelines for School CTOs

03/17/2014

SEND Guidelines and Checklist ready for download and discussions.  March 2014

Wordle: CoSN SEND Guidelines for CTO's March 2014

 

http://cosn.org/SmartEdNetworks

Without robust infrastructure and resilient MAN/WAN and ISP strategies, your network may not be ready to support your 1:1 and mixed environments such as BYOD.  Down load the checklist to aid in your upgrade review and planning.

Core Recommendations:

☑ Recognize that education networks have become one of the most critical infrastructure components of any school’s operations

☑ Recognize that 1-to-1, or many-to-1 technology programs are quickly becoming mainstream, and plan for bandwidth capacity accordingly

☑ Start every Education Network planning and upgrade process by closely consulting with

teachers and administrators regarding intended uses of technologies in the classroom and ensure that network hardware and services are capable of supporting peak loads

☑ Plan for substantial training and support of teachers and staff as part of any technology rollout

☑ Understand that accessing content and resources while outside of the classroom – from home, class field trips, and in the community – is as critical to effective learning as in-class connectivity

☑ Ensure that rigorous security measures, regardless of the type of connection, are built into your network design – this is both for the purposes of preventing unauthorized access to network content and resources, as well as complying with federal and state student protection laws

☑ Make design choices that lay a foundation for the future, both in terms of scalability and the ease with which new device capabilities and technologies can be supported.

Edublog Awards 2012

11/26/2012

Call to Duty for helping other educators become a connected educutor

08/28/2012

My blog post on SmartBlog on Education. 8/28/2012

http://smartblogs.com/education/2012/08/28/the-connected-educator-call-duty-2/


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