The PressofAtlanticCity.com reports that the New Jersey School Boards Association has sponsored a workshop on paperless meetings at its annual conference. In 2003, the Vineland school district has switched to paperless meetings. Prior to this, Diane Rafferty, secretary to the Vineland school superintendent, used to prepare the materials for board members, school officials, etc. on paper. This meant a mountain of copying, resulting in time and resources wasted. Now, Rafferty puts all of the information on disk. As costs of adopting technology drop, increasing numbers of school districts are willing to give this strategy a try…