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CoSN Offers More Online Resources, Forums

The Consortium for School Networking, the Washington-based association for school district technology leaders, has revamped its Web site to include more interactive tools and social networking features.

Two new forums, for example, will launch this week to allow educators to discuss the impact of technology on K-12 classrooms, as well as new and innovative applications for educational technology. The organization also hosts blogs, social networks, and a resource library of ed tech materials, reports, and surveys.

CoSN's is hosting its annual conference next week in Austin, and we will be blogging from there about the latest tech trends, concerns, and solutions for educators. Stay tuned.

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