During these uncertain times, normal rules don’t apply. EdTech leaders now have to be in charge of circumstances beyond their control, which is why CoSN is providing and sharing resources to ensure safe and secure work and learning environments for their teams and students.
CoSN and its team of experts have been designing edtech leader specific guidance on issues of distance learning implementation, cybersecurity, and privacy concerns for when everyone is learning and working from home. Resources will continue to be updated as we assess the changing needs of the edtech community.
The world is coming together like never before. Information sharing is happening at an unprecedented rate. CoSN has partnered with several organizations to provide and share content to make sure that all your bases are covered.
Virtual Events, Webinars, etc.
CoSN has produced a number of special edition webinars and other resources that highlight positive outcomes like remote resilience and best practices for online learning. We also will be hosting a number of events, both formal and informal to keep CTOs engaged, informed, and in touch.
Learning Keeps Going (ISTE)
Support Students with Disabilities During the COVID-19 Crisis (National Center for Learning Disabilities)
COVID-19 In Context
COVID-19 has resurfaced or highlighted a number of issues facing the nation’s schools, like cybersecurity and privacy concerns, digital equity, and accessibility. To understand the challenges facing edtech leaders and their teams, visit cosn.org/initiatives to see a comprehensive list of CoSN’s focus areas for background information, toolkits, and more.