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The role of the CTO in school districts is evolving into one of the most important leadership positions in education, yet many who currently fill that job lack the skills and background to make the best decisions for the educators and students in the districts they serve. Some CTOs—or their district’s equivalent—come from instructional backgrounds but lack technical skills. Others display an abundance of technical knowledge but do not understand how children learn or what teachers need to facilitate that process. Many district leaders perceive the CTO to be a "wires and pliers" expert, rather than a valued adviser who can provide guidance to help schools meet their educational goals. CTOs who take on leadership roles can help superintendents transform their districts. Join us as we empower ourselves to become innovative leaders! - See more at: http://cosn.org/events/wisconsin-cto-clinic-collaborative-leadership-digital-age#sthash.SQiHpWiy.dpuf
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Sunday, February 26 • 11:10am - 11:50am
Technology Futures Panel Discussion

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Technology Watch List Discussion

Moderators
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Kelly Hoyland

WETL Chair and Director of Learning Technology Services, University of Wisconsin - Stout
Kelly Hoyland is currently the Director of Learning Technology Services at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, where her department is responsible for classroom technology, the learning management system, and technology integration. Prior to working in higher education, she was the Director of Technology for the School District of the Menomonie Area for four years and a high school teacher for 6 years. She serves at the Chair for the Wisconsin... Read More →
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Vicki Lyons

Director of Technology, School District of La Crosse
Vicki Lyons has served Wisconsin school districts with their educational and information technology needs for over 25 years. She currently serves the students, staff, and community at the School District of La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin as the director of technology services and supervisor of the library services department. She serves as the past chair of the Wisconsin Educational Technology Leaders, holds the CETL certification, is an Apple... Read More →

Speakers
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FileWave

Account Manager, Jon Shuler
FileWave’s End-point Systems Management (OS X/Windows, iOS/Android MDM) FileWave’s all-in-one interface includes: Imaging, manage files/content pre & post-deployment, patented "file-level” control OS X & Windows and also iOS MDM. Features: Remote desktop, self-healing, Rollback settings/software, schedule deployments, Auto-resume Interrupted deployments, Kiosk, “Engage” classroom tool, inventory, updates... Read More →
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Mj Martinez

Regional Sales Manager, Lightspeed Systems
MJ left his hometown of Bakersfield, Ca to work for Lightspeed Systems  in Austin, Texas. He has been with LS for 3 years as a RSM and enjoys traveling around the country. Prior to Lightspeed Systems, MJ worked at the The Padre Hotel(Bakersfield, CA) as  a Manager. When he is not working, he enjoys running, sports, and trying all the restaurants ATX has to offer.
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Mike Patterson

K-12 Education Strategist, CDW.G
Mike Patterson, M.Ed., is a K-12 Education Strategist for CDW•G.  He has the privilege of working closely with district stakeholders, focusing on state initiatives and driving positive change in their ed-tech landscapes. He spent almost a decade as a business and technology teacher. He is a Certified Google Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator and a Microsoft Office Specialist. Follow him on Twitter @MikeP_CDWG.
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Tim Till

Identity and Access Management Sales Consultant, Identity Automation
Timothy Till has been a leader in solution sales since 1997, helping customers leverage technology to grow their business, and mitigate the costs of expanding. After joining the company in March 2008, Tim led Identity Automation's public sector sales efforts to record-breaking success year after year. He is a regular contributor to the Identity Automation Blog, a published science-fiction author, a martial arts instructor, and a subject matter... Read More →
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Walt Tustin

Business Development Manager, Sunesys
Mr. Tustin has key responsibility for K-12 sales across the Northeast and Central regions. He has worked on all things E-rate for Sunesys since 1999 and has overseen the application of over $35 million in Category One 471 submissions each year. 


Sunday February 26, 2017 11:10am - 11:50am
Suites 7 & 8

Attendees (6)