As WVNET completes its 40th year of service, we have a lot to show for ourselves. By now it should be no secret that we do a lot to further education through technology in West Virginia. We help many people every day, providing technical knowledge and resources that make a difference. When you add up our efforts for a year, you get quite a list. Here are some, but hardly all of our accomplishments for 2015.
WV Statewide Higher Education Technology Conference (WVHETC) 2015 will be held October 26-27, 2015 at The Waterfront Place Hotel and Morgantown Event Center in Morgantown, WV.
WV Statewide Technology Conference (WVSTC) 2015 will be held July 21-23, 2015 at The Waterfront Place Hotel and Morgantown Event Center in Morgantown, WV.
The West Virginia Network, which is a branch of the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, recently announced it has partnered with URcast to provide access to learning content for K-12 students throughout West Virginia without Internet connections.
URCast is a content distribution application customized for K -12 students, according to the HEPC, and it provides caching services that allow students to view content on computers, tablets or smartphones even without an Internet connection.
For the 6th time in 2 years, WVNET lowered its prices for Internet access. In January 2014, the price was lowered to $19.95. Effective January 2015, WVNET has further lowered its price point for Internet access to $9.95 per megabit per month, more than a 50% reduction. WVNET constantly strives to find ways to drive down costs so savings can be passed on to our customers. Thank you for allowing us to serve you.