Vector Resources’ Catherine Banker to Moderate CETPA Panel on Evolving from Paper to Digital Delivery
School districts must move quickly to meet the challenges of Common Core Standards, new digital content and “smart testing” requirements. At the CETPA Annual Conference, held this week at the Westin Long Beach and the Long Beach Convention Center, a pane
Session to Highlight Need to Tap Innovative Infrastructure and Underutilized Internet Resources to Meet Common Core Standards, New Digital Content and “Smart Testing”
TORRANCE, California, November 8, 2011 – School districts must move quickly to meet the challenges of Common Core Standards, new digital content and “smart testing” requirements. At the California Education Technology Professional Association’s (CETPA) Annual Conference, held this week at the Westin Long Beach and the Long Beach Convention Center, a panel moderated by Catherine Banker, Director of Education Compliance at Vector Resources, will discuss these issues and more.
The session, titled “Morphing District Systems from Paper to Digital Deliver” will take place today, 4:00 – 5:15 p.m. in the Odessa Room at the Westin Long Beach. Participants on the panel include:
Cheryl Bakken, Julian Union High School District
Bob Gravina, Poway Unified School District
Gee Kin Chou, Oakland Unified School District
Bill Simpson, San Marcos Unified School District
The panel will discuss better ways to serve students and their families through the innovative use of technology infrastructure and underutilized Internet resources, such as community hotspots. For example, schools tend to have continuously high-quality WiFi networks that sit largely unused before and after school hours. Making WiFi available to the broader community around a school has the potential to assist students in learning.
About Vector Resources, Inc.
Vector Resources is a leading systems integrator offering network consulting services and unified network solutions. Vector arms public and private organizations with the superior quality network infrastructure required today to achieve their goals, such as creating optimal learning environments, maximizing business productivity and rapidly sharing critical information. Founded in 1988, Vector is headquartered in Torrance, California with offices in Rancho Cucamonga and San Diego, California; Phoenix, Arizona and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.vectorusa.com.
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