The Connected Classroom Series is focused on approaches, resources and tools for virtual teaching and learning in K-16+ classrooms. In the fifty-minute sessions, educators will learn new ways to use engaging and relevant methods and technologies. Please plan to join in for one or more of the twenty-seven sessions scheduled on July 7-8-9, July 14-15-16 and July 21-22-23. Please contact Lou Karas, Director of the Center for Arts & Education at West Liberty University, at or 304-336-8162 if you have any questions or need any additional information about The Connected Classroom Virtual Learning Series.

Educators have the option of receiving graduate credit through West Liberty University by participating in six of The Connected Classroom sessions and completing several assignments. The fee is $180 for three graduate credits. The link to apply for this option is including in the registration form. Please contact Dr. Nicole Ennis, Director of the Masters of Arts in Education Program at, 304-336-8486 (office) or 304-830-1777 (cell) for additional information.

The Connected Classroom Virtual Learning Series is an activity of the Data & Technology Fluency Project with the College of Education & Human Performance at West Liberty University and the CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon University.