About the Association
The Regional Educational Media Center (REMC) Association of Michigan is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1969. Its members are the 28 local regional educational media centers operated through the intermediate school district structure.
REMCs provide programs and services locally and collaborate together through the REMC Association on relevant statewide programs such as:
- Adobe Connect License Pricing - Highly discounted pricing for Adobe Connect licenses to all Michigan REMCs and ISDs. Local schools may also purchase this webinar software at greatly reduced prices.
- Blended Learning in the Classroom - The Blended Learning in the Classroom course provides training and sustained support to transition your classroom into a blended learning environment. The course is based on research and teaches effective strategies to implement highly effective blended learning. The course kicks off with a meeting with your instructor. Much of the course will be asynchronous (at your pace) within individual modules, with due dates for completion of each module.
- Connected Educator Series - Bringing the ideas and practices of exceptional educators right to teachers and administrators in an easy to access, easy to use, cost effective manner. Educators can access these weekly videos directly from their desktops and play or replay them at their convenience.
- MI Streamnet - Live and anytime/anywhere access to State Board of Education meetings, MDE briefings, professional development, video archives of conference sessions (MACUL) and a variety of curriculum materials for classroom use.
- SAVE Bid Project - Volume bid pricing for Computers, Peripherals and Hardware, Network Electronics, Supplies, Software, Equipment and Paper saving Michigan's schools over $500,000,000 since 1990.
- Streaming Video Project (RSVP) - Online access to relevant instructional video and the Michigan Comprehensive Health Model video at no cost to schools.
- 21Things4Students - Virtual/hybrid classroom course for students in grades 6-12 to learn and demonstrate basic technology proficiency to meet state and national technology standards.