cen: Connect with Other Educators, Library-Media specialists from CT and Beyond

 
Connect with Educators, Staff, & Library-Media Specialists from CT and Beyond
 
 
Now, Connecticut educators, librarians, and instructional resource providers can connect with one another, discover projects and collaborators, and share resources and ideas using a new platform called Muse.  Registration is free, quick, and easy.
 
 
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Visit Library 2.0
If you'd like to network with other library staff who are using collaborative technologies in education worldwide, check out Library 2.0!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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PBS Teachers Connect
PBS is now joining the effort to provide free space online for teachers to connect and collaborate on uses of digital media and technology in the classroom.
 
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Collaborate with others on the CEN through our CEN wiki.  Want to begin or extend a discussion with fellow CEN users?  Interested in easily sharing files along with your two cents about how they've been helpful?  Visit the CEN wiki and Join to get on board (for free)!   
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The U.S. Department of Education has compiled a list of resources and organizations that support cross-cultural interaction and project work.  Explore on any of the links below to explore this guide for help with your venture into international online collaboration.
 
 
 




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