Weehawken, NJ, August 23, 2007 — ClassLink, Inc., a leading technology provider for kindergarten through grade 12 classrooms, today announced a new series of webinars on instructional technology. The ClassLink Online Leadership Series, designed for school administrators, curriculum directors, and IT professionals, will address hot topics within the K-12 instructional technology market. ClassLink has teamed up with education and technology experts to bring real-world best practices to leaders in K-12 education.
The ClassLink Online Leadership Series will kick off on August 29, 2007, with a session for school and district administrators titled "How to Select a High Value Improvement Strategy." Presented by expert authors Judy Carr, Ed.D. and Douglas Harris, Ph.D., of the Center for Curriculum Renewal, this webinar will provide an overview of best practices around sorting and assessing the many varied improvement strategies in the marketplace using a real world example of a New York small city district. Other webinars in the ClassLink Online Leadership Series include:
? Active Directory Management Challenges and Solutions, August 30, 2007
o Speaker: Laura Hunter, AD architect, trainer, author, and four-time recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award in Windows Server-Networking.
"ClassLink facilitates information exchange and collaboration within the K-12 community every day," said Berj Akian, CEO of ClassLink. "With this new series of webinars, we´re taking our expertise one step further by bringing together leading researchers, authors, technologists, and educators to inspire improved educational outcomes." Each webinar in the ClassLink Online Leadership Series will be presented live. Scheduled to be one hour in length, the sessions will include an interactive Q&A session. Sessions are free of charge and will be archived on the ClassLink website (www.ClassLink.com
Founded in 1998, ClassLink provides any computer, anytime, anywhere access to instructional software and files to students and teachers. With ClassLink, school districts can deliver 24/7 access to their instructional software investment. Engineered for students and teachers, ClassLink´s products are simple to use yet empower student achievement, while lowering the overall cost of technology. With ClassLink, school technologists can manage and monitor their entire system through a single console. For more information, visit www.ClassLink.com