Recovery Checklist Letter
June 23, 2008
Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)
1025 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite # 1010
Washington, D.C. 20005
Has your school district sustained damage during the recent floods in the Midwest? Have your computer networks been taken offline and your hardware destroyed? If so, then the Consortium for School Networking is ready to help you recover. We are a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. that provides tools and knowledge to education technology leaders as they face challenges in the K-12 school environment.
We have recently unveiled our "Crisis Preparedness Leadership Initiative", and have developed materials that will be useful as you begin to rebuild your technology infrastructure and prepare for the future. Specifically, we offer to you:
Best Practices Recovery Outline - included in this packet is CoSN's easy-to-follow recovery guide, providing you a blueprint for immediate action.
Access to Professionals with Disaster Recovery Experience - fellow Ed Tech Leaders and other professionals have gone through what you are experiencing now, and CoSN can serve as an access point to their knowledge.
Crisis Preparedness Materials - CoSN has developed expert materials outlining all stages of crisis preparedness that will assist you in your time of need and better prepare you in case you have to deal with future crisis.
In times of crisis a helping hand can be the greatest resource. CoSN wants to provide you the assistance that will ease the stress and confusion of these turbulent times, and we are waiting to do just that. We look forward to helping you soon!
CEO, Consortium for School Networking