Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Other SETS sites are valuable, too

Following the link to the Statewide Education Technology Services offers a reminder of some very good technology resources for education.

Though the TechSETS site speaks of fours SETS services, the California Department of Education seems to have pared it down to three. One of them, the California Learning Resource Network, is well-known to me. the CLRN supplies "a one-stop information source that enables California educators to identify supplemental electronic learning resources that both meet local instructional needs and embody the implementation of California curriculum frameworks and standards." You'll find a permanent link to the site near the top on my Super Sites page.

The other, the Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership, "will help administrators find technology resources to assist in the day-to-day needs of their jobs, whether they are site level principals or district superintendents. These resources have been collected and organized by a cadre of technology-savvy, practicing administrators and met criteria judged to be of value to other administrators."

I've placed a link to it on the Administration main page in Development Resources.

3 Comments:

Blogger Eric R. said...

Good info Cal

9:04 AM  
Blogger Jason said...

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10:20 AM  
Blogger Jason said...

Hey Calvin. Great highlight on the SETS projects. One that dropped off the state SETS list is C-Smart. It is still around, but it is now called CalSave: http://www.calsave.org/

10:21 AM  

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