Live Webinar: E-Learning’s Role When the Flu or Other Emergenices Strike

Thursday, October 8th, 2pm-3pm Eastern Time

Join Debra S. Munk, principal, Rockville High School Maryland, Alice E. Owen, executive director of technology, Irving Independent School District, Texas, and Susan D. Patrick, president and chief executive officer, International Association for K-12 Online Learning (INACOL) for a free live webinar discussing emergenices and the use of technology in schools.

Concerns about the H1N1 flu virus causing school closings or significant absences are pushing schools to use technology more heavily in their day-to-day activities and prompting them to look at creative ways of ensuring continuity of learning. some schools with e-learning tools or programs already in place are expanding or speeding up their use. Such tactics are also being considered for use when hurricanes, snow, or other situation prompt school closings.

The webinar will be moderated by Michelle R. Davis, senior writer, Education Week’s Digital Directions.

Click here to register for this free, live event.



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