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Dear Technology Leaders,

Meet Karen Diggs who took CoSN's nationally recognized CTO Certification.


If you are the person in charge of technology for your school district — you need to ask yourself:
  • What are the essential skills you need in order to succeed?
  • Where do you turn to continuously expand your knowledge base?
  • What are the choices you need to make now to stay ahead of the competition in your field?
The responsibilities of the CIO/CTO in all industry sectors have moved from being largely technical to being mainly strategic (leadership and management, fiscal management, organization and culture skills and business skills).

Join us for a CTO Professional Advancement

Workshop


Monday, March 11, 2013
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PST
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
Room: Marina Tower — Lower Level Nautilus 1
1380 Harbor Island Drive
San Diego, Calif. 92101
Pre-Conference Workshop: $99/per person
To registrar: slanders@cosn.org

You should consider rejoining CoSN and becoming a part of our influential community. For a limited time, we are offering previous CoSN Members an 18 month membership for the price of 12 months (6 months FREE!)

You will receive:

1) Professional Development — CoSN provides a range of compelling resources and professional development for school district leaders who want to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments. CoSN has just launched the only nationally recognized Chief Technology Officer (CTO) certification for district technology leaders to expand their skills and competencies.

2) Information Sharing — CoSN, in partnership with our state chapters, organizes opportunities to spark dialogue, collaborate and meet face-to-face at CTO Leadership Forums, Regional CTO Clinics and our Annual Conference, to name a few.

3) Policy Advocacy — CoSN's Washington Update and ETAN (EdTech Action Network) are just some of the ways CoSN maintains a strong voice and vital presence in Washington to champion the interests of our members.

Contact Sarah Landers at slanders@cosn.org or 202-470-2785, x115 and she can assist you with getting your membership set up should you decide to join.

Sincerely,

CoSN's Membership Team


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