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Have You Reviewed Your EdTech Audit Checklist?

It’s estimated that U.S. school districts now spend over 13 billion dollars a year on educational technology. With such a significant investment being made by schools across the nation, it’s imperative that education leaders possess a clear understanding of how their EdTech purchases (e.g. devices, software licenses, apps, etc.) are being used in their classrooms and can articulate in quantitative terms the impact their investments are having in relation to student outcomes and performance.

We know conducting an internal audit of all your EdTech can be daunting. We collaborated with district technology leaders to create this simple, yet informative EdTech Audit Checklist to help districts seamlessly navigate the process and gain a better understanding of the usage and effectiveness of the devices, software, and apps being used in their classes.

Download the Checklist

Capture a bird's-eye view of your district's technology usage and identify successes, challenges, vulnerabilities and cost savings opportunities.

CatchOn Educational Technology Checklist

Download the Checklist

Compare your organization's network security planning, risk management, cybersecurity and data privacy against industry best practices.

Invest Wisely

Evaluate software renewals with actual usage and financial data, not surveys.

Detect Trends

Discover what free or unknown apps are being used.

Manage Subscriptions

Manage licenses, costs, ROI, and renewals from an easy-to-access dashboard.

Inform Training

Identify gaps in usage by tool to create targeted professional development and training plans.

Student Data Privacy

Diagnose applications vulnerable to student data privacy policies.

Improve Usage

Review important classroom apps to ensure they are being used effectively.

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