Volume: 2006 Issue: 205/17/2006 PDF
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGEDarryl LaGace 05/17/2006
It’s the spring issue already and have we been busy! In the last issue, I mentioned the goals that we set out to accomplish this year and over the last few months your board has been hard at work moving toward these goals. more..
CETPA and CoSN Launch new Partnership:CETPA and CoSN 05/17/2006
The California Educational Technology Professionals Association (CETPA) and the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) have jointly announced the creation of a new California CTO Council which will meet the growing needs of school district technology leaders. more..
The Emerging “Education-Class NetworkScott Lucas 05/17/2006
K-12 school district networks are undergoing significant changes. more..
Next Generation Wireless Networking Solutions Makes Waves for Students andJohn Patek 05/17/2006
It would not be uncommon on a high school or college campus to see students and faculty members outside the classroom in common areas no longer plugged into a traditional wired port, yet still accessing their e-mail or the Internet. more..
Job AnnouncementCETPA 05/17/2006
CETPA, the California Educational Technology Professionals Association, is a dynamic, fast-growing team of individuals and organizations supporting instructional and administrative uses of technology throughout K-12 public education in California. more..
Creating a Wireless Point-to-Point NetworkBurt Lonergan 05/17/2006
For many years, the terms metropolitan area network and wide area network were differentiated by the size of the area each encompassed. more..
FORENSIC FOCUSAndrew Prestage 05/17/2006
The Statute Defined. more..
E-rate UpdateFred Brakeman 05/17/2006
Were you aware that there is more than one method to determine your E-rate discount? Following is the information that is posted on the schools and libraries website. more..
MEMBER PROFILELisa Kopochinski 05/17/2006
“I have worked in the information technology environment for 32 years,” says Dana Hunt, “so you would think I would know everything about technology, right? Well one of the most important lessons I have learned about technology is that you cannot do it all. more..
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