Technology Coordinator Of the Year

Each year, the Hoosier Educational Computer Coordinators (HECC) organization honors one individual in K-12 education for demonstrating a commitment to leadership with technology and learning for students and staff.

The HECC Technology Coordinator of the Year Presentation will occur during the HECC Conference annual meeting in the Illinois Street Ballroom of the Crowne Plaza Union Station in Indianapolis.

Please note, the nomination must come from the school district superintendent or the coordinator’s supervisor.  There are so many incredible technology coordinators, directors, and CTOs in Indiana K-12 education today.  Please take time to recognize the impact that your technology leader has had in your district today by submitting them for consideration.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me for additional information.

Previous TCOY Winners:

• 2017 – Rob Tidrow
• 2016 – Pete Just
• 2015 – Brad Hagg
• 2014 – Judy Off
• 2013 – Scott Ribich

Hoosier Educational Response Oracle

This award is designated for the acknowledgment of a colleague and HECC member who has helped you to resolve a technology issue this year.  By responding to your questions or issues posted on the HECCTech listserv, you believe that this person is worthy of a nomination for the HECC annual HERO award.  If chosen, your nominee will be recognized at the annual HECC conference in November and given a certificate along with a special award. Use this form to submit your nomination.  You may only submit one form per nominee.

Previous HERO Winners:

• 2017 – Brandt Lynch and Shawn Iverson
• 2016 – Roy Grimes and Chris Ashmore
• 2015 – Linda Carter
• 2014 – Jim Hunt and Jim Houser
• 2013 – Jeff Downs and Matt Hawes

Attend Our Annual Conference!

Full day hands-on workshops and a look at the latest technology in our exhibit hall. — All of these are included in the 2015 HECC State Conference taking place Wednesday, November 11, 2015 through Friday, November 13, 2015 at the Crowne Plaza at Union Station in Indianapolis.