Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology


Mark Raymond, CIO - DAS/BEST
CET Chair
55 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
(860) 622-2419 
    Doug Casey,
CET Executive Director
55 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
(860) 622-2224 

Follow the Commission on Twitter

The Commission shares updates on its meetings and initiatives as well as broader professional development, research, and funding opportunities for the educational community through its Twitter account:

E-Mail Listserv
The Commission's statewide listserv serves subscribers in a number of ways:
  • Offers a vendor-free, peer-to-peer network to share ideas and advice
  • Announces statewide technology news (e.g., grants, events, etc.)
  • Shares timely, relevant educational technology research
  • Offers opinions on how the state and CET specifically can support educational technology causes in Connecticut
Members of the educational community may subscribe by sending a message to and including the following in the message body:


subscribe CET_K-12_EDTECH First Last


Where “First” and “Last” are your first and last name.
You can unsubscribe at any time in the same manner, simply by sending an e-mail to with the following text in the body:


signoff CET_K-12_EDTECH


Feel free to post and share new topics, respond to threads, etc., but keep in mind that replies go to the entire subscriber list. If you want to respond only to the author of an e-mail and not the entire list of subscribers, forward the thread directly to him or her.


Searching the Listserv
For current members of the listserv, you may search the archive of postings through simple email commands. Send your queries to (NOT with the following statement:




Where “KEYWORD” is the term you wish to search, and “CET_K-12_EDTECH” is our listserv name. You can search for strings using single quotes (e.g., ‘Chromebook insurance’). See these instructions to conduct more advanced queries, such as narrowing by time, date, sender, etc.