District CIO

To Go or Not Go Responsive

In this University Business magazine column, higher ed tech expert Karine Joly offers K12 CIOs a wealth of information on the benefits and drawbacks of the responsive approach to web design, and why it’s catching on.

How to Create a Wireless iPad Projector Display

CIOs have struggled to connect teachers’ iPads to classroom projectors. Tammy Worcester Tang, who writes the blog 'Technology Tips for Teachers', may have found the answer. In this post, Tang discusses two options that successfully allow the teacher to go wireless and walk around the room, iPad in hand.

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Five Videos about Crafting Strong Passwords

Richard Byrne, an award-winning, Google-certified educator from Maine, reminds district CIOs of the perils of weak passwords, and encourages us to enforce a strong password system across all staff, faculty, and students.

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ASIS International's 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits

September 24-27, 2013
Chicago, Ill.

AdvancED International Summit 2013

June 23-25, 2013
Washington, D.C.

20th Anniversary Hot Springs Technology Institute Conference

June 17-20, 2013
Hot Springs, Ark.

UBTech 2013

June 10-12, 2013
Orlando, Fla.

InfoComm13

June 8-14, 2013
Orlando, Fla.

Illinois High School Camp Teaches Video Programming

Stevenson High School seniors are using the newest technology in the video programming class to design Kinect body movement games for Xbox 360. Lake County high schoolers have the opportunity to become "not just users of technology, but creators of technology," said Joe Judge, who teaches the video game programming course at Lake County High Schools Technology Campus.

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After iPads, Minnesota District Moves Forward with BYOD

To ensure students thrive in a technology-rich world, the Le Sueur-Henderson school district has put over 400 iPads in the hands of STEM and middle school students. Next up: BYOD for high school students.

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