The CoSN Blog

Keith Bockwoldt, CETL
November 13, 2018
Ed tech leaders tend to use the terms peer review and technology audit interchangeably, but they are very distinct tools with different origin, purpose and application. Given the choice, I would opt for a peer review.
October 23, 2018
As part of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)’s Rural Leadership Initiative, we have had the opportunity to partner with Team4Tech, a non-profit or
September 14, 2018
My name is Terry Allen and I work for Morgan School District in a rural area in Utah. Being in a small district means that our administrators wear multiple hats.  For me, that means that I oversee the areas of Assessment, Title 1 and IT.
September 10, 2018
That first line from the Eagles hit song, “Hotel California” always comes to mind when I think about my experiences and times with CoSN.  I’ll come back to that story in a moment, but for now, I’m going to keep you in suspense.   
Doug Casey and Melissa Tebbenkamp
June 5, 2018
In the midst of important discussions on data privacy and security taking place across the nation, school leaders can easily forget how and why we adopted the array of applications that support learning and school operations. These systems did not arrive overnight.

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