Plug Into ENA and Edtech Through the ENA Blog, Facebook and Twitter!

Until recently, ENA reached out to you through our Get Connected newsletter (which are archived here). Today, we offer more convenient, timelier and powerful ways to get and stay connected with others who share your concerns and interests: the ENA blog and our presence on Facebook and Twitter! Through these social media channels, we continue to share customer success stories, ENA and industry news, and national and state education policy updates, only now you can get this content immediately and with the opportunity—and a standing invitation—to join a dialogue about them anytime you please! We encourage you to reach out to us over Facebook and Twitter anytime!

    Heartbleed and What It Means for You

    14 April, 2014 David Mabry Blog, Technically Speaking Comments Off
    Heartbleed and What It Means for You

    It’s been all over every form of media known to man in the last week, and no, it isn’t the latest breakup in Hollywood or some strange political happening like we’re used to hearing about. Last week was all about how the Heartbleeds. The Heartbleed DTLS/TLS vulnerability in the popular open source library OpenSSL is a very […]

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    You Rate E-Rate

    31 March, 2014 Amanda Lange Blog, EdTech Matters Comments Off
    You Rate E-Rate

    Last week I had the privilege of attending the CoSN 2014 Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. It’s always interesting to attend the conferences and hear what hot topics are circulating around in the education-technology circles. One thing was ringing loud and clear at this year’s conference: E-Rate. Many FCC employees were present at the conference, […]

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    Bring Experts Into Your Classroom With ENA Live

    28 March, 2014 Monica Cougan Blog, EdTech Matters Comments Off
    Bring Experts Into Your Classroom With ENA Live

    Guest post by Julia Shildmyer-Heighway, Director of Content Services at the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC), sharing her experiences with ENA Live and a program on agriculture. Growing up next to a farm, my exposure to agriculture was the fields of corn my brother and I would occasionally cut through when missing the […]

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    What Is BrainPOP?

    25 March, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, EdTech Matters Comments Off
    What Is BrainPOP?

    Who wouldn’t enjoy learning from a loveable, curious and sometimes mischievous robot named Moby? Millions of children (and adults!) do just that with BrainPOP! BrainPOP creates animated, curriculum-based content that supports educators and engages students. Hundreds of topics within Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Technology, Arts & Music and Health are all brought to life through […]

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    CoSN Introduces 2014-2015 Board

    17 March, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, EdTech Matters, Press Release Comments Off
    CoSN Introduces 2014-2015 Board

    For Immediate Release CONTACT: For CoSN Michael Kaplun 202-496-2120 michaelkaplun@cosn.org CoSN Introduces 2014-2015 Board Announcement Comes Ahead of Association’s 2014 Annual Conference, March 19-22 in Washington, DC Washington, DC (March 14, 2014) – The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) today announced its 2014-2015 Board of Directors. The board, comprising 16 education technology leaders from U.S. […]

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    Team Smokey and the Bandwidth Take on the 20th Annual Tom King Classic 5K

    11 March, 2014 Mike Yoders Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off
    Team Smokey and the Bandwidth Take on the 20th Annual Tom King Classic 5K

    Team ENA—more commonly known as Team Smokey and the Bandwidth!—recently competed in the 20th Annual Tom King Classic 5K and took 1st place in their division. Perry Dupree and Mike Yoders, both members of ENA’s CTAC, along with Tennessee ASM Andrew Bryan, took to the roadways on the clear and cool Saturday morning this past […]

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    ENA Live: Go Mobile

    06 March, 2014 Monica Cougan Blog, EdTech Matters Comments Off
    ENA Live: Go Mobile

    We’re mobile! Are you? Imagine you have a student or group of students traveling to a local hospital, government office, business or community program where they’ll be shadowing a career in action or working with a local mentor. Wouldn’t it be great if that student could connect back to the classroom throughout the day to […]

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    ENA, CoSN and eLearn Institute Unveil Suite of Resources for Schools

    19 February, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, EdTech Matters, Press Release Comments Off
    ENA, CoSN and eLearn Institute Unveil Suite of Resources for Schools

    ENA, CoSN and eLearn Institute Unveil Suite of Resources to Prepare School Districts for New Online Assessments Resources – Including New White Paper, Case Studies and Readiness Checklist – Provide Recommendations and Best Practices to Help Districts ‘Raise the Bar’ Washington, DC (February 19, 2014) – Education Networks of America (ENA), in collaboration with the […]

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    Connect Careers to the Classroom With ENA Live

    17 February, 2014 Monica Cougan Blog, EdTech Matters Comments Off
    Connect Careers to the Classroom With ENA Live

    Guest post by Tonia Carriger, Director of Business Development at the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC). We all know students want to know WHY? WHY do I need to know this? WHY do I have to do this assignment? WHY is this information important for later? CILC is trying to help teachers with […]

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    SIIA Education Division Calls for 2014 Vision K-20 Survey Participants

    29 January, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, EdTech Matters, Press Release Comments Off
    SIIA Education Division Calls for 2014 Vision K-20 Survey Participants

    Newly Launched 2014 Vision K-20 Survey will measure classroom, school, campus, district, and state progress toward achieving the SIIA Vision for K-20 Education   Washington, D.C. (Jan 29, 2014) – In conjunction with FETC 2014, the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) announces the launch of its seventh annual Vision K-20 Survey. Sponsored by the […]

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