PD-ROM PartnersCalifornia State University Monterey Bay
Led by Dr. John Ittelson, the CSU Monterey Bay team has been integrally involved with PD-ROM from its inception, providing technical and video production expertise along with serving as part of the PD-ROM team. CSUMB has educated and served a diverse population through its ten year history, a tenant of PD-ROM's mission.
Center for Distributed Learning, Butte County Office of Education
The Center for Distributed Learning is a full service design and production division of Butte County Office of Education. PD-ROM is made available through the CoursePath Learning Management Platform, developed by CDL with ongoing distribution and access provided via CENIC and the K12 HSN. The Center for Distributed Learning not only provides creative solutions to meet PD-ROM's goals, they also are an ongoing technical resource for the PD-ROM team, K12 HSN, and CPEC.
Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC)
CENIC has been instrumental in establishing the PD-ROM partner collaborative, providing the necessary initial coordination to develop the proposal that has ultimately become the basis for the PD-ROM project. Once the pilot program has completed (in late 2006), PD-ROM will be made available to all educators in California via the Digital California Project (DCP) and the K12 HSN, a high speed digital network connecting all California K-20 educational institutions.