Mid-Del district gets technology award

FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: August 10, 2010 at 10:04 am •  Published: February 17, 2010
MIDWEST CITY — The Midwest City-Del City School District was honored Wednesday as Technology District of the Year during the 2010 Oklahoma Technology Association Conference.

The district was recognized for technological advances, including adding interactive white boards, digital projectors and document cameras to classrooms. The district’s media centers have computer stations dedicated to teacher and student multimedia production, and classrooms have wireless access for up to 30 computers.

The district also has an online learning management system for use by teachers and e-mail accounts for students.

Educators from across the state belong to the technology association, which has a goal of integrating technology into the classroom, according to the association’s Web site.

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