CTO ClinicRegister for the annual CTO clinic taking place in Wisconsin Dells at the Kalahari Resort on Sunday, March 3, 2019. Featuring Keynote Steve Smith, CIO of Cambridge, MA Public Schools. More Info & Registration
Wisconsin Educational Technology Leadership is the Wisconsin chapter of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN). We provide resources and support to aid member districts in their goals to improve student outcomes through technology in the classroom. From strategic planning and policy implementation to IT Management, WETL can help your district overcome challenges associated with utilizing technology to help your students learn.
WI CTO Clinic
Join WETL for the annual COSN WI CTO clinic. This year the clinic will focus on Cyber Security as a basic skill. We welcome Ryan Cloutier as our guest speeker. Cloutier has been into technology as long as he can remember. “I built my first PC at age eight, wrote my first software at age nine, compromised my first system at nine-and-a-half….I worked in a variety of jobs: software development, data base administration, software engineering, business intelligence and advanced to senior architect in the for-profit industry.”
As a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a respected speaker and security advisor, Cloutier believes he has the “coolest job in the world….It’s like a real-life video game. We get to pick locks, solve puzzles and catch the bad guys.” He holds the CISSP credential and is the current chair of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) Cyber Security Advisory Panel.
The clinic will take place prior to Brainstorm on Sunday March 1st and includes Lunch and a networking reception after the event.
CoSN Horizon Report
CoSN Digital Toolkit
WI Digital Learning Plan