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Regional Groups


CITE Regional Groups provide a great way for CITE Educational Members to find mutual support and deeper engagement with other educational technologists in their local area. We encourage Regional Group attendees to support CITE and gain member benefits with their paid membership in the CITE organization.  However, membership in the CITE organization is not required. Regional Group membership requires only that you work for a California public or private school organization and that you show up for the meetings. And, you can easily join a CITE Regional Group online community by signing up as a Subscriber.

Meetings are hosted four to six times per year by rotation among the membership and are led by volunteer educational technologists like you. Typical meetings include a mid-morning round table discussion, followed by a lunch and learn session or other special event, often featuring CITE Affiliate Members and other vendors selected by the Regional Group members.

Get Involved! You're guaranteed to have a good time, make some great friends, get some support and learn about the latest challenges and solutions facing educational technologists in your area and beyond. If you don't have a CITE Regional Group in your area, consider working with your neighboring districts and COE to start one!

Check out the links below the map to join a group today.


 Northwest Redwoods   Central Valley North   Ventura Gold Coast
 North   Eastern Sierra   Antelope Valley/Santa Clarita
 Northeast  Central Valley South   High Desert 
 North Valley  Central Coast/SLO  Low Desert
 Gold Country  Kern County  San Gabriel Valley
 SF/East Bay    Inland Area 
 Silicon Valley    LA South Bay 
     Orange County 
     San Diego 
     Imperial Valley



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Regional Group Library

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
2019 All Regional Group Meeting PPTX (15.31 MB) Administration 12/2/2019
Regional Group Application DOCX (53.86 KB) Administration 9/16/2018
Regional Group Operational Guidelines PDF (199.88 KB) Administration 2/22/2019