The New Jersey School Boards Association is offering three webinars in February, on the topics of creating future ready classrooms; using NJSBA’s new Chief School Administrator Evaluation tool; and understanding VMware’s accelerated services.

Webinars present information on topics of critical importance to local boards of education, are free, and make learning convenient. Viewers may watch webinars live to interact and ask questions, or watch the archived broadcast at any time.

NJSBA is offering the following webinars in February:

21st Century Classroom Solutions, Wed., Feb. 7, 12 p.m. Learn how to save money on 21st century classroom solutions through the NJSBA cooperative purchasing agreement. This agreement eliminates the need for your district to undergo the competitive bidding process, saving both time and money. NJSBA’s 21st century classroom solutions can help you identify and select the technology and services that will meet your district goals and ensure that your investment is efficient, secure and cost-effective. Register Today

Guide to Using NJSBA’s New Chief School Administrator Evaluation Tool, Tues., Feb. 13, 10 a.m. Join us for an overview of NJSBA’s improved CSA evaluation tool, developed in cooperation with the New Jersey Association of School Administrators. We will review the process and the updated evaluation standards that reflect the qualities and values of leadership that are integral to student success, and focus on the communication between the board and superintendent. The revised and improved tool also provides a user-friendly template to complete the summary evaluation. Register Today

Understanding VMware’s Accelerated Services and Canned Solution Offerings for K-12, Wed., Feb. 21, 10 a.m. Learn how VMWare solution services can help with solutions including 1-to-1 end user computing (digital backpack), infrastructure health and optimization, and security. Register Today

Each of the webinars lasts approximately one hour. To register for upcoming webinars and view past webinars visit the “webinar” section of the NJSBA website. For more information on the NJSBA webinar series, contact Lou Schimenti, NJSBA products and services specialist, via email.