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Office of Educational Technology

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Office of Educational Technology

2010 National Educational Technology Plan

The Office of Educational Technology is located in the Office of the Secretary of the United States Department of Education. OET provides leadership for transforming education through the power of technology. OET develops national educational technology policy and advocates for the transition from print-based to digital learning and supports the President's and Secretary’s educational priorities.

Key Initiatives of OET

Notable OET Publications

  • National Educational Technology Plan
  • Enhancing Teaching and Learning through Educational Data Mining and Learning Analytics
  • Expanding Evidence Approaches for Learning in a Digital World
  • Learning With Connected and Inspired Educators
  • Promoting Grit, Tenacity, and Perseverance—Critical Factors for Success in the 21st Century
  • Ed Tech Developer's Guide

External links

  • Office of Educational Technology homepage
  • Office of Educational Technology YouTube channel
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