The National Internet2 K20 Initiative brings together Internet2 member institutions and innovators from primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, libraries, and museums to extend new technologies, applications, middleware, and content to all educational sectors, as quickly and connectedly as possible. Please contact James Werle, director of the Internet2 K20 Initiative, for more information. Learn more...
K20 Initiative Leadership
K20 leadership includes an Executive Committee and Advisory Committee, as well as SEGP representatives. For a schedule of Advisory Committee meetings, presentations, and notes from past meetings, please see the Internet2 K20 wiki.
Participant map, program history, becoming a SEGP.
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Director, Internet2 K20 Initiative
Internet2 K20 Initiative Launches Muse
The Internet2 K20 Initiative has launched a social networking site called “Muse” which seeks to radically enhance collaboration, information-sharing, and technology opportunities for the over 50,000 K-12 schools, community colleges, libraries, and museums in 38 U.S. states that are now connected to the Internet2 backbone network. The site is also expected to provide a better bridge between the U.S. K20 community and its international counterparts worldwide. Muse is a social utility that connects you with Internet2-enabled technologies and educators in your region and around the globe.
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Counting the connections
Did you know that over 50,000 schools, libraries, museums, zoos, aquariums, and other cultural organizations across the US are connected with each other and thousands of institutions around the world via the next-generation Internet? Visit the connectivity survey for additional information