The Wyoming Equality Network (WEN) is an extensive wide area network (WAN) providing data connectivity to every school in the state of Wyoming.
The Wyoming Equality Video Network is a two-way, multipoint capable, interactive television video conferencing system which is maintained by the Distance Education Team of the Innovative Connections and Support Unit of the Wyoming Department of Education. The Wyoming Equality Video Network operates on the Wyoming Equality Network which is an extensive wide area network (WAN) connecting every school in the State of Wyoming. The Department of Education has a video endpoint in every high school and community college in the state, as well as several units purchased by individual school districts and colleges. The goal of WEN Video is to provide a quality video conferencing experience for: Distance Education, Virtual Field Trips, Professional Development, and Department Meetings. For more information see the WenVideo.net website.
The Wyoming Switchboard Network is a collection of distance education providers that deliver coursework to K-12 students. The Switchboard website provides access to the current distance education courses available and information about the various DE program providers. The WSN Resident District Handbook is a guide for K-12 distance education. The Chapter 41 Distance Education Rules provide a uniform process for all distance education courses offered by Wyoming school districts or from which academic credit will be transferred to or accepted by a Wyoming school district.
The Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund makes discounts available to eligible schools and libraries for telecommunication services, Internet access, and internal connections. The program is intended to ensure that schools and libraries have access to affordable telecommunications and information services. For more information, contact Greg Hansen (307-777-6266, email@example.com) or visit www.usac.org/sl/.