We love sharing our Mobile Learning Unit vision with others in the Omaha community, and today we had the pleasure of visiting the 10th annual MOEC Technology Task Force Job-A-Like Collaboration Event hosted at the University of NE at Omaha.
The Metropolitan Omaha Educational Consortium Technology Task Force supports the needs of technology coordinators, facilitators, specialists, technicians, managers, web masters, and other technical support personnel. The Job-A-Like event provides participants an opportunity to solve problems, encourage on-going collaboration, identify solutions, and build networks of support.
Our Mobile Learning Unit was one space that participants had the chance to tour, along with the Creation Lab in the UNO Criss Library. A representative was also present from Metro Community College and discussed their STEM Trailer and Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology (CAET) Building on the MCC Omaha Fort Campus. What a great variety of unique spaces designed to meet the needs of today's diverse learners and emerging technologies. We are #OPSProud to be a part of it!
Rebecca Chambers serves as an Instructional Technology Coach for the Omaha Public Schools by supporting the district’s Turnaround buildings in their instructional technology initiatives, including the first Mobile Learning Unit which serves the North Omaha community.