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Annual Digital Dakota Network IT Training Program at DSU
The Digital Dakota Network (DDN) hosted their annual IT training program on the campus of Dakota State University (DSU) in Madison, South Dakota, the week of June 2-6! This annual training of K12 technologists is tailored for specific software, hardware and architecture that the DDN supports. DDN IT training is a classroom-style training with an emphasis on a hands-on approach with labs throughout the week. This is a long-standing, very successful partnership between BIT, Department of Education, K12 Data Center, DSU, our instructors and the K12 schools. This month, 94 students attended the training representing 83 school districts!
The curriculum does vary from year to year. Below are the topics discussed at this year's training: