July 1, 2015
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NERIC's Tech Awareness Day 2015 will be held at the Holiday Inn/Wolf Road in Colonie from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (with an optional "idea swap" from 2-3:30 p.m.) on Friday, Dec. 11. MORE»
A new video, produced by the Capital Region BOCES Communications Service, highlights the success of Capital Region BOCES/NERIC’s Virtual AP® program. View the video here.
For information and guidance on the instructional technology plans the New York State Education Department (NYSED) is requiring all public school districts in the state to submit by October 16, 2015, visit NERIC's Instructional Technology Planning resource page.
Visit the NYSED Instructional Technology Plan resource page to learn more about the process and access key forms and other resources.
View the May 20 Orientation to the Instructional Technology Survey Tool & Process slide presentation or watch the full recorded webinar.
Technology Plan Submission Site – Schoology Instructions are step-by-step instructions for setting up an account in Schoology that will be used by NERIC to receive district plans and to offer comments and requests for information, as needed.
For details about the Smart Schools Bond Act access the New York State Education Department's Smart Schools investment plan overview and Smart Schools Bond Act implementation guidance, and visit the NERIC Smart Schools resource page.
Recently, school districts across the state received an overview of the questions they will be required to answer in their Smart Schools Investment Plan (SSIP). Click here to view this document.
“Transforming Schools” is a new, interactive publication produced by NERIC to provide guidance around the process of Instructional Technology Planning and the Smart Schools Bond Act.
Transforming Schools focuses on the “new classroom” and offers guidance on how k-12 educational leaders can help move their districts toward a “School 3.0” approach to teaching and learning.
Staff from NERIC and Capital Region BOCES participated in a 3.5 mile road race/walk through downtown Albany that involved thousands of runners, walkers, volunteers and spectators. MORE»
On April 27, Mike Sylofski, NERIC’s managing coordinator for eLearning services, Cobleskill-Richmondville Social Studies Department Chair and Advanced Placement (AP) economics teacher Marc Weiss and students from Schoharie and Sharon Springs high schools talked with school district participants at the New York State Association of Computers and Technology in Education (NYSCATE) Blended and Online Learning Summit about the many benefits of Virtual Advance Placement (VAP). MORE»
Click here or on the image to view the NERIC 2015-2016 Services Guide and Price List.
Click here to view the recent edition of the NERIC Forward newsletter featuring NERIC's proposed 2015-16 budget, information and deadlines related to the service commitment process, and details about new service offerings.
Click here for important information and deadlines related to the 2015-16 service commitment process.
If you are a school district representative looking for Cognos Reports or your district folders on SharePoint, they are still available. Direct links to this information can also be found in the resource section of our Testing webpage.
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If you are having difficulty finding what you need on this site, please contact the NERIC Service Desk at (518) 862-5400 or email@example.com.
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) is a consortium of 18 states plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands working together to develop a common set of K-12 assessments in English and math anchored in what it takes to be ready for college and careers.
Click here to learn more about how NERIC is supporting PARCC in New York state and to access PARCC resources.