Instructional Technology Division

Mailing Address:
6364 Mail Service Center
Street Address: 301 N. Wilmington St. Raleigh, NC 27699-6364
Phone: 919-807-3269
FAX: 919-807-3290



 EETT Application
June 29, 2007

August Workshops
 8 - Holmes HS, Edenton

 9 -Northside HS, Jacksonville

10 - Robinson HS, Concord

13 - Durham Staff Dev Center

14 -Gray's Creek HS, Hope Mills

15 - Southern HS, Greensboro

16 - Alexander Central HS,

17 - WRESA, Enka


Instructional Technology Division


The Instructional Technology Division supports the Mission and Goals of the State Board of Education by providing support services and technology and instructional resources to public schools of North Carolina.

Current Happenings

August Workshop Information

August 2007 downloads:
Workshop Agenda (Word)
Dates and Locations (Word)

August Workshop Handouts

Microsoft Settlement Information

The linked PDF documents were sent directly to the finance officers with eligible schools from the Settlement Administrator (the Poorman-Douglas Corporation out of Washington State).For assistance with the Microsoft Settlement, you may contact Camp Price or Suzanne Griffin through the NC Microsoft Settlement web page. (

The Excel document has three tabs in the workbook.

The Division of Instructional Technology staff will be working with the technology directors to incorporate these vouchers into the LEA technology plans. Finance officers should work closely with Technology Directors to ensure appropriate use of vouchers for the eligible schools to enhance and upgrade technology at those schools.

Enhancing Education Though Technology (EETT) 2007-2008 Formula Funding

The Annual Media Technology Report Closed

The 2007 AMTR website was opened for data entry on April 4, 2007 and was closed at 7:30 AM on June 29, 2007. For additional information or assistance, contact Melanie Honeycutt by email at or by phone at 919 606-7423.

The Power and Challenge of Web 2.0

The listserves are buzzing with excitement and challenges of Web 2.0. Keeping the balance between access and security fuels the debate.To aide districts in the safe, secure, and appropriate deployment of Web 2.0, Frances Bradburn and David Warlick teamed up at the 2007 NCaect conference. Read about their presentation in the Director's Blog.

NETS-Students Refresh

eSchool News provides an explanation and describes opportunities to participate in the NETS-Students refresh. The standards are being refreshed to address 21st Century uses of technology. The article also includes a link to the draft standards.

Standards for Technology in New Construction UPDATE

Several months ago, the State Board of Education charged Peter Asmar, CIO and Associate State Superintendent, with developing standards for technology in new construction. Mr. Asmar formed a task force comprised of representatives of state agencies and LEAs, with districts taking the lead in the production of the document to help insure that it will be both helpful and useful for districts as they build new schools or embark on renovation projects.

Using the input from districts, standards were approved at the November 2006 State Board of Education meeting.

Download NC Technology Standards for New Construction.

State Board of Education Revises Mission and Goals

As of September 2006 the State Board of Education has revised its Mission and Goals (SBE Priority and Goals) to reflect Future-Ready Students. The revised Mission and Goals are:

The guiding mission of the North Carolina State Board of Education is that every public school student will graduate from high school, globally competitive for work and post secondary education and prepared for life in the 21st Century.

State Superintendent Dr. June Atkinson provides more explanation about the change to the Mission and Goals in the August 10, 2006 Message to Teachers.

e-NC Authority Announces the BETA Feasibility Study

The e-NC Authority is pleased to announce the Beta Feasibility Study is now complete and ready for release to the General Assembly. Comments you have made regarding the importance of information technology in our North Carolina's educational system are quoted in this report. Please review the attached report and reply with any questions or comments you may have to Donna Sullivan, Senior Associate, Programs & Outreach, e-NC Authority. Thank you for your contribution to this study and to North Carolina's future.

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