The Instructional Technology Coordinator license is a new administrative license which will be required of persons acting as a district instructional technology coordinator "who is responsible for the direction and administration of instructional computing and other instructional technology." (Wisconsin DPI). To earn this license an individual must be eligible to hold any educator license, have three years classroom or education experience, and complete a master's degree or equivalent in an approved program for Instructional Technology Coordinator, based on PI 34.03. It is granted at the initial level which is valid for up to 5 years. A Professional Development Plan must be completed within five years to move to the professional level. The competencies for this are listed on the DPI web page. UWW does not currently offer this license.