Not-for-profit looks for way to continue its operations: Broad support must replace CILC's sole funding source

It was supposed to be short-lived, an agency created solely to help Indiana schools tap emerging videoconferencing technology for distance learning. But a funny thing happened on the way to the virtual field trip. "We found it really wasn't about the technology. It was about what you do with the technology," said Ruth Blankenbaker, executive director of the Indianapolis-based Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration. "If you don't have a reason to use it, what's the point?" Teachers had to...

 

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