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Sacramento County Office of Education Sacramento County Office of Education

Internet and Media Services (IMS)



Primary Contacts​​

Andrea Willis, Director
(916) 228-2760

SCOE’s Internet and Media Services (IMS) department provides assistance to educational organizations, government, and nonprofit agencies who need specialized technology expertise and services such as website design and development, database design and programming, video production, webcast production, print design, etc. Services are provided on a cost recovery basis.


IMS works with educational, non-profit and governmental agencies, including the California State University Institute, various SCOE departments, the California Department of Education, and more. Sample projects are listed in the “Publications” section below.

Publications and Materials​​

USA Learns Website

USA Learns is a free website that helps immigrants learn or improve their English skills as they become part of American society. Site features include high-quality video, a wide variety of activities with rich media, a picture dictionary with over 460 high-quality photographs and audio, definitions and vocabulary practice for over 800 words, a management site for teachers or tutors to monitor student progress, and more!

SCOE Teacher Induction Website

This website and online data collection system support participating teachers as they complete the requirements to clear their teaching credentials. The powerful administrative tools enable project staff to manage the process and track their participants’ progress in the program.

SCOE Leadership Institute Website

The SCOE Leadership Institute website provides helpful information about how to obtain a Preliminary Administrative Services Credential and a Clear Administrative Services Credential through SCOE’s innovative program.

TEACH California Website

The TEACH California website is a highly interactive resource that quickly and painlessly guides prospective new teachers through the maze of credentialing requirements and into a California classroom, regardless of where they are starting. It includes a Jeopardy-style game, virtual interviews with teachers, an interactive experience to see what teaching is like, and a database-powered personal planning tool.

Capital Adult Education Website

This website helps adults explore potential careers, learn how to earn a job certificate, find classes and programs, and get a high school diploma or equivalency. The site’s user-friendly search and mapping features make it easy to take the next steps to improve one’s life.


Additional information about the Internet and Media Services department is available online.

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Last Modified: 7/20/2017 10:48 AM