The Office of eLearning team is focused on connecting learners to one another and to great ideas for technology-infused classrooms, supporting new learning models for schools, and providing leadership in digital innovation for Indiana.
As we prepare to open schools for the new year, the Indiana DOE and the Office of eLearning encourage educators in all roles to focus on digital citizenship. Across the state, we find ourselves in different places on the learning path, and this school year, our goal is to come together in the journey. Join us now in a book study examining how we can make digital citizenship a part of every school's culture. Plan to take part in the inaugural Indiana Digital Citizenship Week September 12-16. Develop an implentation plan for becoming Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified. Get the details on these professional growth opportunities and more here.
In March, school tech leaders submitted their current information to the Indiana School Tech Plan. Preliminary data from the 2016 survey is now available, and more is on the way. Visit the new Tech Plan Data page for links to infographics and searchable map data.
The Office of eLearning, along with Indiana teachers, are hard at work curating digital content to share out across the state. Click here to learn more about the history of this work and the national #GoOpen campaign.
Online Communities of Practice will connect you with fellow educators from around the state and beyond. These communities provide a place for collaboration around the questions and challenges that face each of us in our work. Find your community today.