The Center for Digital Education hosted a Market Briefing event in Indianapolis, IN. IT leaders from Indiana school districts were on hand for a special briefing on their technology plans for the coming years.
The participants briefed the audience on district plans in a variety of topic areas, including computing infrastructure, mobile devices, digital content, professional development, cyber security and their plans to incorporate blended learning models.
Indianapolis Public Schools provides its over 30,000 students with the latest 21st century technology and believes that technology in education bridges the gap between real world and learning. MSD Washington Township School District has over 11,000 students who it is supporting through the use of technology. With over 9,000 students, Noblesville Schools is working to provide its students full access to technology. Avon Community School Corporation has over 8,000 students who are preparing for a technology-rich future. With more than 6,000 students, MSD Decatur Township School District provides its students access to technologies through digital conversion and strategic technology integration in the classroom. Zionsville Community Schools also has over 6,000 students and is working to improve education through the use of telecommunications and information technology. MSD Martinsville Schools has over 5,000 students and is committed to advancing learning, teaching and student formation through integrated and reliable technology solutions.
This event allows participants to:
• Hear directly from CIOs and technology leaders from area school districts
• Network with fellow industry leaders in the region
• Learn about the hot issues in the education IT market
241 W Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
2017 Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, contact:
Center for Digital Education
Phone: (916) 932-1435