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.
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»
NERIC's Tech Awareness Day 2015 will be held at the Holiday Inn/Wolf Road in Colonie from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (with an optional "idea swap" from 2-3:30 p.m.) on Friday, Dec. 11.
This annual event offers students, faculty and technology leaders from school districts around New York state the chance to learn about and present the cutting-edge technologies being used in classrooms today.
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Follow the @BOCESNERIC event hashtag #TechADay on Twitter for the latest Tech Awareness Day news and updates.
Learn how new classroom technology supported by NERIC is transforming Troy City Schools. MORE»
Click here to view the recent edition of the NERIC Forward newletter 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.
Click here to view the 2015-16 guide to NERIC services and supports.
The 90 or so students who attended Schoharie Central School District’s third annual STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) Fun Night on Feb. 6 were greeted by a pair of walking, talking and dancing keynote speakers. MORE»
The launch of eSD GURUBoards demonstrates NERIC’s commitment to providing districts the latest and finest in technology advances. MORE»
North Country native Roxanne Pombrio has been named the Northeastern Regional Information Center’s (NERIC) new Assistant Director for North Country operations, which includes the St. Lawrence-Lewis (SLL), Champlain Valley Educational Services (CVES) and Franklin, Essex, Hamilton (FEH) BOCES regions. MORE»
A record 600+ students, administrators, faculty and technology leaders from 13 school districts around New York, along with representatives of the ed tech industry, gathered on Dec. 12 at the Holiday Inn/Wolf Road in Colonie to celebrate NERIC’s 26th Annual Technology Awareness Day.
This anticipated annual event offers participants a chance to learn about and present the cutting-edge technologies being used in classrooms today. MORE»
Click here to view the Facebook photo gallery from this year’s event.
Guilderland helps level the learning "playing field", expand student learning with Google tools. MORE»
Schodack's Maple Hill Middle School to present on the makerspace movement, and illustrate how they are developing their own makerspaces. MORE»
Niskayuna's Iroquois Middle School to present on the use of student-built websites as a reflective and educational tool. MORE»
At techaday14.sched.org you'll find an up-to-the minute schedule of workshops, information about vendor/presenters and endnote speakers, and other details that will make navigating the 2014 Regional Technology Awareness Day a snap. Access the techaday14.sched.org schedule via computer or create a link to the space from your mobile device for planning and sharing on-the-go.
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"Classrooms of Tomorrow," "Next Generation Workspaces," "Flipping the Classroom," and creative learning in MakerSpace environments are among the dozens of exciting offerings slated for this year's Technology Awareness Day.
NERIC's Executive Team — Director Dale Breault, and Deputy Directors Aaron Bochniak and David Versocki — will lead a roundtable discussion about "What's Next" for NERIC. At noon, Stephen Fang of Google's education team and Dr. Chad Stevens, K-12 strategist with CDW-G, will present the event's endnote on how education is changing and how Google's research and technology is playing a part in this evolution. VIEW THE 2014 TECH A DAY SCHEDULE [PDF]»
NERIC’s annual schooltool user group meetings were an opportunity for district representatives to learn more about the many features of the web-based student management system. MORE»
NERIC's Stephen Yankowski has been appointed as the new Managing Program Coordinator II for Network Services. In this new role, he will oversee the operations and staff of the Wide Area Network (WAN) and Server Infrastructure teams. MORE»
Click here to view the recent edition of the NERIC Forward newletter featuring "What's New" at NERIC, information on how NERIC helps keep student data safe and secure, and details about the upcoming Technology Awareness Day 2014.
Protecting the privacy and security of school district and student data and information — and helping district staff achieve this goal as well — are top priorities for the entire NERIC team. MORE»
The NERIC eSchoolData (eSD) team recently hosted a User Group conference to present new and enhanced features of the eSD student information application, which is designed to collect, analyze, and deliver student data to all stake holders. MORE»
"This is something we've wanted to do for years and we're really excited to offer this level of instruction to our constituents." — Mary McGeoch, Data Warehouse manager, on the new Data Administrator Institute. MORE»
A new partnership between NERIC's eLearning Service and Coxsackie-Athens School District is helping support the district's mission of “Preparing Today's Youth for Tomorrow's Possibilities.” MORE»
Innovative educational technologies were on display at NERIC’s Model School’s Connected Classrooms “unconference,” held on Aug. 25 and 26. MORE»
For a third school year, Capital Region BOCES and NERIC will partner to help deliver Virtual AP (VAP) — a 2.0 turn on the advanced placement (AP) coursework students take to earn college credit while still in high school. MORE»
Dale Breault, the Northeastern Regional Information Center’s assistant director for North Country operations, has been named the new director of the NERIC. The reinstated NERIC director’s position and related leadership change was formally approved by the Capital Region BOCES Board of Education on July 31 during a special session. The change will take effect on Sept. 1. MORE»
Click here to read the memo from the New York State Education Department.
On Monday, July 21, Dale Breault, assistant director of the Northeastern Regional Information Center (NERIC) of the Capital Region BOCES, was among five presenters who lead the discussion on best practices in technology-enabled education and learning at the first Smart Schools public symposium held at the State Capitol in Albany. MORE»
Connected Classrooms, NERIC's summer professional development event, emphasizing innovation in education will take place Monday, Aug. 25 to Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Albany, NY.
Sessions will highlight how featured instructional technologies connect educators with each other, students, the standards, and experts throughout the world. This is not about technology in a vacuum, but rather how the pieces fit together to enhance teaching and learning and prepare students for the future. MORE»