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IT Infrastructure & Management Webinar

Build a Digitally Responsive Educational Organization for Effective Digital-Age Learning

Wed., May 18, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Discover how to chart a guided pathway to digital agility. Explore ways to build support for your organization’s mission and vision through dialogue and collaboration.

Delve into a nine-part framework for digital responsiveness that empowers administrators to:

  • Enhance institutional capacity for innovation
  • Exploit the full potential of digital technologies and interactive learning content
  • Assess engagement with digital learning and digital pedagogies
  • Enable all stakeholders to competently design, implement, and appraise programs, projects, and initiatives for the integration of digital learning technologies

The COVID-19 pandemic further exposed the historic inability of institutions to respond when educators had to swiftly close schools and embrace digital technologies across districts. To avoid this calamity in the future, this session focuses on how institutions can prepare to respond quickly to the changing needs of learning communities.

Andrea Tejedor, Ed.D.
Education Consultant, Bluum
Ed Kemnitzer
Director of Technology, Innovation, and Information Services, East Williston School District (N.Y.)
Emily Cook
Vice President, Education Services, Bluum
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