It’s Not business; it’s Personal. Building a Culture of Trust to Protect Personal Data

Part of a blog series from the CoSN’s Student Data Privacy Committee tied to Privacy Awareness Month.  Protecting our privacy and security is challenging. Really challenging. It is also inconvenient,…
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Green Tech: How Beaverton School District Saves Money and the Planet with Innovative Device Repairs

Hi everyone, and welcome to our special behind-the-scenes look at how Beaverton School District in Beaverton, OR is revolutionizing device repairs and contributing to a more sustainable future. In this…
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The Importance of the ITS and Facilities Relationship

Introduction One of our jobs as CTOs is developing great relationships with other district leaders. IT touches every aspect of the modern K-12 district, and our success, as well as…
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Recipe for Success: 7 Key Ingredients to Incorporate AI & Curricular Resources

Generative artificial intelligence has been in our lives for a year now, and education leadership, teachers, and students are all navigating how to use it in the safest way possible.…
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2024 Driving K-12 Innovation Top Topics Revealed

Thanks to generative artificial intelligence (GAI), a recent global pandemic, and more, the landscape of K-12 education today is filled with just as many smooth vistas as it has bumpy…
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9 Ways that Collaborative Technology Learning Can Benefit Teachers and Students

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around for many years, but the introduction of ChatGPT in November 2022 has generated many discussions of how this technology can impact education – both…
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Generative AI Agents: Educators’ New Assistants and Collaborators

Since ChatGPT was released just about a year ago, generative AI tools with chat interfaces have quickly permeated many aspects of our lives, including education. Additional large language models, such…
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Lock Before You Walk – Secure Workstations and Work Locations

Part of a blog series from the CoSN’s Cybersecurity Committee for Cybersecurity Month.  Has your house, car, diary, or other private space ever been broken into or hacked? Securing physical…
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NIST: Everything Begins & Ends with Leadership as the new GOVERN Function Declares a Heightened Leadership Imperative

Part of a blog series from the CoSN’s Cybersecurity Committee in preparation for and tied to Cybersecurity Month.  First, Let’s set the stage for an introduction to NIST.   As…
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Year-Long Campaign for Cybersecurity Awareness

Part of a blog series from the CoSN’s Cybersecurity Committee in preparation for and tied to Cybersecurity Month.  In today’s technologically advanced world, the internet is an integral part of…
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