Session #4, Tuesday, February 25
K-12 districts are investing in a variety of digital learning assets to create more engaging, relevant, and accessible experiences. For a real return on learning, districts need their edtech products to work well together and provide the right fit for each student. Join K-12 members of IMS Global Learning Consortium and the Digital Learning Collaborative who are leveraging open standards to enable a personalized, plug-and-play digital learning ecosystem that works for their teachers and students.
Speakers: Tim Clark, Vice President, K-12 Programs, IMS Global Learning Consortium; Darlene Rankin, Director, Instructional Technology, Katy Independent School District; Jeff Simmons, Director of Supervision and Instruction, Idaho Digital Learning Alliance