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WVNET offers a wide variety of services to enhance your institution’s technological capabilities: ADA Compliance Is your website and digital content up-to-date with the latest WCAG compliance standards? Find out more about how our team can help save you money and prevent headaches from costly legal troubles. Application Development WVNET’s skilled team of developers and designers can simplify your workflow and procedures with time-saving applications, custom built to your specifications! Conference Management From small training sessions to large conferences, WVNET’s Conference Registration and Management System provides many functions needed to manage events that include registrations, items, sessions, and schedules. Hi-Speed…

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WVSTC 2016

The 12th annual West Virginia Statewide Technology Conference 2016 (WVSTC 2016) will be held July 19-21, 2016, at The Waterfront Hotel and Morgantown Event Center in Morgantown, WV. Registration is open for attendees and exhibitors. Early registration ends June 24. At one point in time technology imposed barriers to education, but now with expanded access and affordability, the tide has turned, and technology is actually breaking down the barriers to education. Opening keynote is Kelly Reddin, Global Master Trainer, Lego Education, on Tuesday, July 19th at 1:00pm. Closing keynote is Apple, Inc. on Thursday, July 21st at 11:00am. Pre-conference workshops…

WVNET Partners with URcast

West Virginia Network, which is a branch of the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, recently announced it has partnered with URcast to provide access to learning content for K-12 students throughout West Virginia without Internet connections. URcast is a content distribution application customized for K -12 students, according to the HEPC, and it provides caching services that allow students to view content on computers, tablets or smartphones even without an Internet connection.The process reallocates bandwidth and puts a caching server within the school. “Caching speeds up student Internet access so classroom time is learning time, not waiting time,” said…