ISTE Awards Deadline Looms
If you haven’t yet nominated your-
self or someone you admire for an
ISTE award, time is running out.
Nominations close March 1.
Each year ISTE recognizes outstanding individuals
who, through their exceptional work and achievements,
have made a significant impact in the field of educational
technology. These nine prestigious awards strive for the
highest degree of excellence in several categories, and
winners are recognized each year at ISTE’s annual conference and exposition.
All award winners receive an ISTE 2011 conference registration, a one-year standard ISTE membership, and various prizes and travel awards. For more information, go to
You Can Take It with You!
Ever wish you could listen to an
L&L article in your car or while
you jog? Now you can.
Select L&L content, including feature articles, Learning Connections pieces, and Point/Counterpoint, are
now available as free podcasts. For more information,
ISTE Now Offers
Webinars in Spanish
ISTE is extending its reach in
With HP’s support and leader-
ship, ISTE has produced five we-
binars en Español that have been
archived and are available for
anyone to view free of charge.
Speakers from Argentina, Mexico, and the Dominican
Republic share their expertise on topics such as digital
storytelling, Second Life, and interactive whiteboards.
View the webinars by visiting the webinar archives
section of the ISTE store ( www.iste.org/store/webinars/
Check the ISTE website ( www.iste.org/webinars) periodically to find out about upcoming Spanish-language
School Board Group
Honors ISTE Members
The National School Boards
Leadership Network has named six ISTE members on
its “ 20 to Watch” list. These educators are recognized for
promoting the integration of innovative technology into
high-quality classroom learning and district operations.
The six honorees are:
• Cheryl Capozzoli, educational consultant/instructional
technology specialist, Capital Area Intermediate Unit,
• Julie Carter, executive director of technology,
Minnetonka (Minnesota) School District
• Camilla Gagliolo, instructional technology coordinator,
Arlington (Virginia) Public Schools
• Jeffrey McMahon, academic technology officer,
Indianapolis (Indiana) Public Schools
• Jamie D. Ramos, information and technology services
coordinator, Tippecanoe School Corporation,
• Eric Sheninger, principal, New Milford (New Jersey)