The California Learning Resource Network is one of four Statewide Education Technology Services and is also housed at Stanislaus County Office of Education. CLRN provides a one-stop information source that enables California educators to identify supplemental electronic learning resources that both meet local instructional needs and embody the implementation of California curriculum frameworks and standards.
CLRN makes it easy for you to find the standards-aligned online courses, Internet learning resources, software, and video. CLRN identifies and reviews thousands of Electronic Learning Resources (ELR), Online Courses (OCR), Web Information Links (WILs) and provides them in searchable databases. Browse thousands of Web Information Links (WILs) of free primary, secondary, reference, Web 2.0, and open-source software resources. Our Electronic Learning Resource (ELAR) reviews provide detailed descriptions of data assessment and management resources that simplify delivery, aggregation, and disaggregation of assessment data.
The Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL) is a portal full of administrative resources. You will find information that will help you locate resources to assist in the day to day needs of your jobs, whether you are site level principals or large district superintendents. These resources have been collected and organized by practicing administrators and met criteria judged to be of value to other administrators.
Located at portical.org is information that will help administrators in finding resources to assist in the day-to-day needs of their jobs, whether they are site level principals or district superintendents. These resources have been collected and organized by a cadre of technology-savvy, practicing administrators and met criteria judged to be of value to other administrators.
TechSETS offers a collection of free and low-cost technical support resources. It also provides training, tools and information to assist the growing number of school professionals who are responsible for planning, building, maintaining and using technology systems in education.
Working with a wide range of vendors, field professionals, county offices of education, and school districts, TechSETS has set out to establish a statewide consensus on what technology support staff should know about and be able to do with technology and to document that consensus as a comprehensive matrix of skills.
is an online, data collection and reporting tool that allows county, district, and school administrators to gather information on their staff's technology proficiency and use of technology to support the teaching and learning process. EdTechProfile, a California Department of Education State Educational Technology Service (SETS) project, provides educational administrators with tools that guide their decisions about how to integrate technology into classroom instruction and how to create and evaluate effective teacher technology training programs.