AUGUSTA – Discover the benefits of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative’s (MLTI) latest solution, Hewlett-Packard laptop computers, by attending webinars to be held Tuesday, May 7, and Thursday, May 9.
Experience how HP helps educators empower Maine students for higher achievement and career readiness with the MLTI. Join HP and Maine DOE Director of Learning Technology Jeff Mao to learn more about the HP solution and how to continue the success of MLTI. Webinar topics include:
- Answers to why certain components were included in the solution
- Battery life
- How were specs chosen for this solution
- Flexibility of learning in the cloud
- Understanding transition plan to Windows
- Understanding the local support
- Career readiness
- Common Core digital testing
The Maine Department of Education recently announced HP as its preferred contractor in the Maine Learning Technology Initiative’s latest bid process. The HP ProBook 4440 running Windows 7 software is available as the primary technology and learning solution as part of the Initiative.
The Maine Learning Technology Initiative seeks to provide professional development and 21st Century tools to middle and high schools to support the attainment of the Maine state standards, the Maine Learning Results. As an integral part of the Department’s strategy, MLTI focuses on achieving the new Common Core State Standards, as well as implementing new proficiency-based learning systems.
Registration for webinars is required. To register for the webinar on May 7 at 9 a.m., visit bit.ly/15kExqS. To register for the webinar on May 9 at 7 p.m., visit bit.ly/13cOmUd.
4 thoughts on “MLTI webinars to showcase benefits of HP PC solution”
Thanks for your question. Yes, the first webinar is up on the MLTI website already at http://www.mlti.org/deployment. The second webinar recording should be posted soon.
Are either of these webinars available anywhere so people who weren’t able to participate at the time can view them?
Patrick, thanks for your comment. Windows 7 is now the software included in the HP PC package.
Running Windows 7 software? On a previous page it said it was running Windows 8. Which one is it?