School employees across the county have an opportunity to learn about Microsoft, Google, and other tech tools for free as part of the San Diego County Office of Education's (SDCOE) Innovative Digital Learning Series.
The online series will be held each Wednesday afternoon from April 21 to June 29 and include courses, live trainings, and resources to support digital learning and productivity.
"Whether you are supporting districts, staff, or students directly, our Innovative Digital Learning series will help you strengthen your modern workplace skills, improve your team's collaboration, hone your organizational capabilities, and develop your work efficiency," said Dr. Staci Block, coordinator of SDCOE's Professional Learning and Technology Research department.
The online series was designed to be useful for everyone from the beginner to the expert with lots of how-to information as well as tips and tricks. It includes synchronous and asynchronous lessons and additional resources that can be accessed anytime.
The lessons are centered around the National Equity Project's Liberatory Design principles to increase innovation and equitable learning practices for distance learning. Throughout the series, participants will learn tools, platforms, and techniques to improve and customize instruction for all students.
Learn more and register. Participants can join one of the sessions or all of them with this registration link.