Ferdi Serim, a former editor of Multimedia & Internet @Schools magazine (at the time known as MultiMedia Schools magazine), is among the new Board members of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
Serim, the director of the Southwest Region, National Network of Digital Schools in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is at an At-Large Representative on the ISTE Board.
Also new to the Board are:
At-Large Representative – Jeanne Biddle, director of technology, Scott County Schools, Georgetown, KY.
Computer Science Representative – Stephen Rainwater, associate professor, Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at Tyler.
Corporate Member Representative – Deb deVries, vice president, Association and Event Marketing, Pearson Education, New Jersey.
International Representative – Ralph Leonard, general manager information economy, Government of South Australia: Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology.
PK-12 Schools Representative – Howard Levin, director of technology, The Urban School of San Francisco, CA.
State Technology Director Representative – Carla Wade, technology education specialist and Title I lead, Oregon Department of Education.
The new ISTE President, serving for two years, is Trina Davis, assistant professor and director of eEducation at Texas A&M University.
ISTE, 800/336-5191 or www.iste.org.