As part of the NJSBA TEC program, the New Jersey School Boards Association is offering webinars this summer.

NJSBA’s interactive and informative webinars are free, and make learning convenient. Viewers may watch webinars live to interact and ask questions, or watch the archived broadcast at any time. Pre-registration is required.

The upcoming schedule of NJSBA TEC webinars is as follows:

Simplified STEM Application Delivery in K-12, Tuesday, August 7, 10 a.m. Join us for a discussion on proven methods to help K-12 districts deploy and manage both desktops and applications associated with STEM learning curriculum. The discussion will include the challenges that many school districts have identified to a large-scale deployment, and provide solutions on the approach to delivering these rich application platforms to students and staff across the district. Register today.

Lower Operating Expenses and Investing Money Back into the Classroom, Tuesday, August 21, 10 a.m. Learn how your district can save 20 percent or more on monthly telecommunications fees through a no-cost telecommunications analysis and inventory cost analysis as part of the NJSBA TEC program. During this webinar, CrosStar Network Solutions (CNS) will demonstrate ways your district can reduce monthly costs, eliminate unnecessary services, and upgrade to better, less expensive technology. Register today.

E-Rate Program: Category Two Procurement and Anticipated Changes to Program Rules, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 10 a.m. Join us for an overview of the E-Rate Program, Category Two procurement, and anticipated changes to the program. The webinar will explain the rules pertaining to Category Two procurement, including school-based budgets, procurement of eligible equipment, as well as tracking and transfers of eligible equipment procured using the e-rate competitive bidding process. Register today.

To register for upcoming webinars and view past webinars visit For more information on the NJSBA webinar series, contact Lou Schimenti, NJSBA products and services specialist, via email.