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Note about Sharing Instructional Materials

North Carolina has submitted an enhancement request based on feedback we’ve heard from many of you. Teachers, principals and other educators across the state have
requested the ability for teachers to share instructional materials, specifically with a select group of other teachers within their schools.
Currently, while teachers can share instructional resources, they must submit those resources to the school-level tier that can be shared with all teachers in the entire school versus a select teacher or group.
While this process is great for creating school, district, and even state banks of vetted, NC-standards-aligned materials, it does not allow teachers to directly share with small, self-selected groups or within school Professional Learning Communities (PLCs). While sharing among select groups of teachers is not a current feature of Schoolnet, there is always continued development occurring for the system. As the Schoolnet development team takes new functionality into consideration, they review lists of enhancement requests that users of Schoolnet submit through PowerSource. The more interest there is in the development of new functionality, the more likely it will be added into the development queue for new releases.
We have heard from many of you across the state that this is a feature you would like for teachers to have. If you would like to see this additional functionality, please sign in to PowerSource. Once logged in, you can vote for this feature at http://goo.gl/AyPIwE.

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“The resources provided during the course of this NCDPI training have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing resources available, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these resources are the exclusive resources for the purposes outlined during this training."