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Dawn Nelson, Instructional Media and Technology Coordinator, Osseo Area Schools MN Educational Media Organization (MEMO)

Dawn Nelson, former elementary and middle school media specialist, coordinates a team of library media specialists, technology integration specialists, and support staff for 30 sites. The fully flexibly scheduled libraries allow the team to collaborate and support research projects, Google Docs, Moodle, as we work to accomplish our goal of helping students learn.  Project Copernicus, a BYOD program, has been implemented in nearly all of the schools. Osseo Area Schools received the ISTE Seal of Alignment in 2012 for its staff development program and offers online courses for professional development through their C4 Model of Learning program. She is a Past-President of MEMO (MN Educational Media Organization). In her spare time she enjoys reading, cooking, music and time with her family.


Sessions by Dawn Nelson
Monday 10-22-2012 11:15 AM 12:00 PM E102: Learning in Their Hands- Portable Devices and BYOD

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