How to Achieve Trust and Transparency in Your Digital Learning Ecosystem
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Emily Bell Tim Clark Dr. Kristy Sailors
Hosted by Kaltura. How confident are you that your learning products are working together and protecting student data? We're here to show you the benefits of standards based digital ecosystem. Learn about collaboratively developed resources to check and fix our rostering data and a vetting process to help us make informed edtech decisions.
|Audience:||Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Curriculum/district specialists, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Topic:||Safety, security & student data privacy|
A 25-year Georgia educator certified and experienced in all K-12 grade levels who seeks to plan and implement innovative technology strategies for optimal productivity and increased student achievement. Degrees in English Education from Florida State University and Instructional Technology and Education Leadership from Valdosta State University provide the foundation for authentic work experiences in classrooms, online learning environments, data analytics, and district operations. Other leadership positions include president of the Georgia Association for Managers in Education Systems and K-12 IMS Global board member.
Throughout my career I have held a variety of positions encompassing all areas of the educational field. In my current position as the Interim Chief Technology Officer at Eanes ISD, a portion of my work focuses on evaluating technologies that support classroom instruction, data privacy, designing, conducting and coordinating professional development, planning, budgeting, and organizing technology projects. I am currently on the IMS Global K-12 Institutional Leadership Board. Prior to Eanes ISD I was Director of Educational Technology for the Houston Independent School District in Texas and the Blue Valley Schools in Kansas.