ECOO Board of Directors – Call for Nominations 2018

The Nominations Committee of the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario has opened the Call for Nominations for positions on the ECOO Board of Directors for 2018-19.

The nomination period will close on Friday, September 28, 2018, at 5:00 pm.

ECOO works to support the effective use of technology in the classroom through:

  • hosting an annual conference;
  • forming partnerships with other educational organizations and vendors; and
  • liaising with the Ministry of Education.

ECOO members are invited to share their enthusiasm and expertise by serving on the ECOO Board of Directors.

If you want to be actively involved in running your organization or wish to encourage the involvement of a colleague, please complete this nomination form for positions on the ECOO Board of Directors.


  • President
  • Vice president
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Director at large – 2 year term
  • Director at large – 2 year term

Additional Information:

  1. The positions of President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer are elected annually. These positions serve on the Executive Committee.
  2. The four Director-at-Large  positions support long-term goals and functioning of ECOO, and are elected for two-year terms.  Each annual election sees two Director-at-Large positions filled for a two-year term.
  3. Conference Chair and Past President are appointed by the elected board.
  4. Read Responsibilities of ECOO Board Members.

Nominees will be announced to the membership following the close of the Call for Nominations. The announcement will include the biography/statement and a photo of each nominee.

  • Nominations close on Friday, September 28, 2018 at 5:00 pm.
  • All nominations for ECOO Board of Directors will be confirmed via email.
  • If you have submitted a nomination but not received confirmation, contact the undersigned.
  • For questions regarding the Call for Nominations contact:


Lisa Noble,

Chair,  ECOO Nominations Committee 2018

on behalf of the ECOO Nominations Committee 2018
Lisa Noble, Kim Gill, Tim King,