Novachi to Attend CETPA 2011
Novachi announces they plan to join hundreds of educators and education technology providers for the 51st annual CETPA conference in Long Beach. CA November 8th
CETPA, which stands for California Education Technology Professionals Association, began in the 1960's under the name of CEDPA (California Educational Data Processing Association)
This years conference features over 200 exhibitors and a myriad of keynote speakers and addresses. For schools and educators interested in education technology and where its going, one need look no further than the CETPA conference. For educators who wish to see the latest SIS/LMS technology, they need look no further than booth #137, where Novachi will be demonstrating the merits of it's free system.
Novachi is a cloud-based platform that allows educators, students, and parents, to connect to their coursework and curriculum from anywhere in the world from any web capable device (iPad, iPhone, Android, PC, or Mac). Novachi's goal in creating their platform was to create a more transparent learning environment between parents, students, and teachers, while at the same time providing an intuitive interface that helps reduce repetitive administrative tasks, and easier data management.
Because of CEPTA's importance in the education technology community in California, it was the first place Novachi showcased it's product last year at CETPA 2010 in Monterey, CA. There, hundreds of IT professionals and education policy makers were astounded to see that Novachi offered it's full suite of features for free. Now, a year later, Novachi comes back to CETPA with a product that has grown exponentially more useful and integral to California schools.
Whether you have never seen Novachi, and would like to see what it can offer your school, or, if you have seen Novachi in the past, and would like to see whats changed, feel free to visit Novachi at booth #137, November 8th-11th in Long Beach.
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