Yes, I know, I am later than usual posting but I do have a good reason. OPSRC is hosting workshops presented by Dr. Lloyd Sain today and tomorrow. If you have not heard Dr. Sain, you are missing out! His workshops today and tomorrow deal with coaching for administrators – helping adminstrators to coach, mentor, and guide effectively. At any rate, I have been busy making sure things were organized and going smoothly (and enjoying listening, once again, to Dr. Sain).
In case you have missed it, Teaching and Learning is hosting a webinar on April 8 about our new favorite app, Evernote. If you have ever felt the need to streamline and organize your life, Evernote may be the answer. This FREE application allows me to save notes and reminders on all my different electronic devices and sync them they don’t get lost. I can organize the notes into notebooks, set reminders, share notes with others, or invite others to chat and collaborate on notes or notebooks. The notes can be simple reminders, notes I typed at a meeting, pictures, screenshots, audio reminders, or even an entire webpage.
In an effort to meet the ever-changing needs of our members, the Teaching & Learning team works hard to offer diverse, focused services that are, as always, free! Besides our online courses, twice-a-month webinars and our customized on-site professional development, we offer five regional professional developments over two days, five times a year.
If you’re spending any of your summer time to learn and develop new skills, I have some excellent news for you! We have a new free course available courtesy of Odysseyware. I had the pleasure of being part of the Odysseyware Advisory Council this past year. It was a great experience, and I was so happy to be able to share feedback from our member schools with their team.
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