Tomoorrow I have the pleasure of presenting on NextGenWeb's webinar to education organizations around the country about the green aspects of our builidng.The School of the Future currently holds a Gold LEED certification (Leadership in Environment Energy and Design) and many people often ask how does this make a difference in the learning environment.
Tomorrow's webinar is short and sweet and touches on other green initiatives from other organizations.
Please join us if you're available!!
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Green Computing: Transforming Education
Hear from leaders across the nation who are using 21st Century broadband technologies to revolutionize the way students learn. In addition to enhancing education, broadband also contributes to a greener ecosystem by reducing the need for educational materials that eventually turn to waste and also reducing harmful emissions by bringing the classroom to the student. Tune in to hear leaders of the education community talk about how technology can help students look forward to a future with new opportunities and a healthier environment.
Webinar SpeakersRich Kaestner, CoSN TCO/VOI and Green Computing Project DirectorTony Franklin, Solutions Specialist for Microsoft Innovative Schools Depth Programs John Herrmann, Sales Engineering Manager with Verizon Business
Thursday September 17th 2009 3:00pm-4:00pm EDT
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