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MassCUE – M.A.S.S. Fall 2011 Conference

In Massachusetts educators are looking forward to the MassCUE  M.A.S.S. conference next week, held at Patriot Place – Gillette Stadium. I love the new online, interactive program and mobile app. You can search for topics, speakers, and breakout session times. You can create your own schedule using the program and can take it with you […]

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Changes to Google Search Algorithm

Yesterday, in an official Google blog post, I read that Google significantly changed their search algorithm. “In the last day or so we launched a pretty big algorithmic improvement to our ranking.” The post explains that their goal is to bubble “better content” to the top of the search, relegating less valuable pages to the […]

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Microsoft Education Resources

During the MassCUE conference, Annamaria Schrimpf, MassCUE President, and I (as METAA president) met with Microsoft representatives Richard Grady and Eric Robertson to discuss software licensing options and ways that Microsoft might improve their outreach to schools in Massachusetts. Microsoft is developing a licensing program for schools that will be based on staff numbers rather […]

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Tech Leadership Clinic for Massachusetts and Region

The Massachusetts Educational Technology Administrators Association (METAA) together with the Consortium of School Networking (CoSN) is offering an exceptional one-day clinic focusing specifically on the School District Technology Leader/CTO.  The agenda is designed for your district’s technology team with sessions on leadership, managing technology and support resources, and understanding the educational environment. These tracks align […]

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Massachusetts CTO Clinic

CoSN, in conjunction with METAA, the Massachusetts state CoSN chapter, will host a CTO Clinic on April 26, 2010 at Holy Cross in Worcester. CTO Clinics provide professional development designed specifically for the school Chief Technology Officer (administrator for technology). See the announcement at: CoSN Events and on METAA’s web site: METAA Events CoSN members […]

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