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Technology contest opens

 The new 2011 District Excellence Award for Digital Learning recognizes the teamwork of administrators and their technology champions.
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The new 2011 District Excellence Award for Digital Learning, sponsored by the AASA and Lightspeed Systems, recognizes the teamwork of administrators and their technology champions. To apply, explain how your district uses technology to engage students and prepare them for the future.

Prizes include:

  • November Learning Review by the Alan November Learning team, providing custom-designed best practice strategies for teaching and learning across the curriculum, or
  • A Lightspeed Web Access Manager (web filter) subscription for one school site, including product license and training, or
  • One conference registration for the 2011 Building Learning Communities Conference in Boston, Mass., including three nights lodging and a $500 travel allocation.

Completed applications are due October 15, 2010. For more information visit www.lightspeedsystems.com

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