The Learning Technology Center
One Central services Suburban Cook County school districts. Currently, 15 Learning Technology Centers
exist throughout the State of Illinois. These centers are funded through the Illinois State Board of
Education's eLearning Program. The purpose of these centers is to provide technology assistance to
schools and districts that supports classroom instruction and student achievement. The resources
provided to suburban Cook County schools are in the form of assistance in technical and network
support, technology planning, e-rate application process, grant applications (both federal and state)
and a variety of workshops, seminars and trainings for administrators, technology support
personnel and classroom teachers.
Mary A. Warren, Director
The Learning Technology Center 1 Central, in collaboration with the Intermediate Service Centers (North Cook, West 40 and South Cook), is happy to announce four unique Professional Development opportunities presented by two nationally and internationally renowned speakers and educational technology leaders. Best of all these events are FREE to Suburban Cook County educators. You won't want to miss these exciting opportunities!
Rushton Hurley will present at the West 40 Intermediate Service Center on May 12, 2014, Digital Media Across the Curriculum; and on May 13, 2014, Going 1:1 - Saving Money, Preparing Your Team
George Couros will present at Homewood Flossmoor High School on May 20, 2014, Innovate, Create, Voice; and again in Arlington Heights on May 21, 2014, The Networked Leader/Educator.
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The Learning Technology Center 1 Central is offering funds to districts to offset the cost for teachers/administrators to attend the Assistive Technology Mini-Conference. See Conference details below.
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The LTC1C hopes to provide financial assistance to school or library staff that wish to attend this event. Please email Mary Warren, email@example.com, with the subject line: InfoLiteracy, by March 31, 2014