Let There Be Spaces – Contemplating TEC-SIG Renewal

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Some time ago (08/02/2011), I received the following note from the Texas Technology Education Coordinators Special Interest Group (TEC-SIG):

Dear Mr. Miguel Guhlin,As a member of TEC-SIG, you have benefited by:Information Sharing on:
Legislation developments
News from the Texas Education Agency
Upcoming grants
Technical support
Emerging trends in educational technology
Collaboration with technology coordinators from across the state via the TEC-SIG listserv.
Professional Development at three yearly meetings on leadership and emerging technologies.
Leadership opportunities that influence the use of technology in schools across Texas.
 Your membership in TEC-SIG has or will expire on 08/23/2011  We don’t want you to miss any of these benefits, so renew for only $20!

Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to reflect on the value of TCEA TEC-SIG membership and how fun it’s been to connect with friends and colleagues on that list. Although it’s Friday, September 2, 2011 and my membership–as of today–has yet to be cut off even though I haven’t renewed, I’ve decided to drop off the list for now.


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In the meantime, I hope you’ll join the TexasTEE – Technology Enhanced Education–group on Facebook and share your questions, ideas, and comments on tech in Texas Education!

Welcome to TexasTEE! The idea for this group is a state-wide group of folks committed to enhancing education through the strategic application of technology to teaching, learning and leading. It’s a venue where we can share what we need to know, what we know, and what we’re learning.
I hope you’ll share your questions and ideas here, as well as invite others to join the group.


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