Policy and Vision (6)

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Barriers Along the Road to Change and Innovation

Please join is from 11:00 - 12:00 on Wednesday, February 19 in Chicot! Our interactive session will provide a framework for discussion an…

Started by Dondi Jackson

0 Feb 16, 2015

From the Ground Up: Can students inform policy?

Read this article from the great site, Mindshift. Student Input Certainly we can learn from our older students.  For our younger students,…

Started by Christopher Corpus

1 Jun 6, 2012
Reply by sonia

Technology Leadership in a Changing World

If you were to develop/create a technology emphasis doctorate program with "five courses as the emphasis" what course titles or topics woul…

Started by Gabe Soumakian

5 Jun 6, 2012
Reply by sonia

Ubiquitous Broadband

What if true broadband speed and capability went, by whatever means, to every desktop and mobile device, everywhere in the USA? What great…

Started by Michael Simkins

2 Oct 10, 2009
Reply by Devin Vodicka


Can anybody post some good AUPs for students and/or staff? Do you have good examples of how to deal with release of student photos on websi…

Started by Devin Vodicka

3 Jul 16, 2009
Reply by Jeff Trudell

Mirosoft Competency Wheel

Designed for personnel hiring, discover the success factors and key attributes required for key positions within education. http://www.mic

Started by Gabe Soumakian

1 Jan 30, 2009
Reply by Kay Tepera


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