What is TETN?
The Texas Education Telecommunications Network (TETN) is consortium of twenty-one entities; the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and the twenty Texas Education Service Centers (ESCs). This consortium provides multi-party, point-to point, and special project videoconference sessions. This includes many updates from TEA, as well as other educational opportunities. -TETN Network
Who Can Use TETN?
The TETN system is reserved for educational use only. Any public or private education group is eligible. However, you must be a member or Region VI, Education Service Center’s Distance Learning & Video Conferencing Technologies Fee Service in order to receive the videoconference connections or recordings.
How do I register for TETN’s?
Registration for sessions differs per the hosting site. You can find registration information for TETN’s available to districts in the schedule. You may be required to register on another site, or fill out the TETN Request Form. Please check the schedule for correct registration info.
What is the difference between DL & TETN sessions in Region VI?
The Distance Learning (DL) program connects content from Region VI Specialists to Region VI districts. The TETN Program connects state-wide programs to Region VI districts.
How do I register for a TETN Recording?
Please fill out the TETN Request Form and designate that you would like a recording. If a TETN session recording is not available, you will be notified after we recieve your request.
How long are recordings available?
Recordings are available for 30 days after the session. Occassionally TETN will allow an extension, but that requires prior permission.