CUE Learning Networks

A Word

From A CUE Member

” Being part of the CUE community is like being on a runner’s high. It’s a struggle at first but when you finally get there with support from your CUE PLN, you want more and just can’t get enough! “

– Sonal Patel

CUE Learning Networks

#WeAreCUE communities inspired by specific interests that connect to empower each other, share ideas, seek support, and influence our learning institutions.

Administrators Learning Network

The mission of the Administrator Network is to encourage school administrators at all levels (site, district, county, and state) to take an active role in planning, implementing, and evaluating the use of instructional technology in our schools.

Todd Schmidt

Computer Science Learning Network

The Computer Science Learning Network seeks to help its members to enhance the teaching of computer science in PK–12 education as well as advocate for its inclusion in all classrooms.

Myra Deister

Creativity in the Classroom Learning Network

The Creativity in the Classroom Learning Network is new!

CUE is looking for a diverse group of educators to lead this new LN. We’d like some primary, middle and upper-grade teachers from a variety of walks of life. Classroom educators are preferred so they can make and share things, but any educator is welcome. some of the CIC activities will include CIC emails to the CUE membership, OnCUE articles, hosting #CUEChat and high visibility sessions at CUE Conferences.

CUE will have this boot-up team run for about 9-12 months and develop a structure and leadership roles during that time frame.

Board Liaison: Diane Main

Equity and Access Learning Network

Cicely Day and Amy Duncan

Higher Education Learning Network

The Higher Education Network’s mission is to serve the broad College and University faculty within CUE’s membership. We seek to connect faculty and staff at public and private colleges and universities, to inspire and nourish a dynamic, cutting-edge, collegial network of professionals dedicated to excellence in higher education through the effective and appropriate use of technology for teaching and learning.

Facebook Group

Steven McGriff

Board Liaison: Lisa DeLapo

Media and Information Literacy Network

The mission of the CUE Media and Information Literacy Network is to promote an expanded understanding of the unique and essential role of LMTs in educating the school community and to provide opportunities for professional growth and collaboration. Some of the specific activities include publicizing our work, partnering with other educators, training ourselves and others in information literacy and technology, and supporting each other.

Glen Warren

Renee Ousley Swank

Technology Leaders Learning Network

The mission of the CUE Technology Leaders Network is to bring technology leaders together in a supportive and productive environment. The Network meets at each CUE Conference and is an open forum for all technology leaders to share experiences and resources that will assist in making all of our jobs more effective and efficient.

Martin Cisneros

Tim Landeck