USOE has developed a set of technology standards to be used at the district, region and school level. The TCC group will be reviewing and helping to develop these standards at a higher level. USOE has set up a Google form for each of us to provide feedback on the new standards after the TCC meeting (Sep 29). Please read through the draft to know what they are planning to present to the legislators and other key state level folks next year. Talk to your districts about it. After the TCC meeting, SEDC will set a date to revisit these standards and provide feedback as a region, Cory will follow-up on this (before the end of November).
A solution should be selected by the end of November (as per Alpines RFP). Most districts are going with Alpine District’s RFP. It’s the BAs choice but we all agreed that if asked for input we need to push the importance of a web based solution. Cory will continue to follow-up on this project and will let everyone know of the progress.
What type of classes should be delivered over this equipment?
Technology classes Thursday evenings 30 min (or some day each week), the SEDC tech team will develop a schedule for these tech classes and Cory will forward this on to the SWATT to provide feedback.
Kane thought math classes would be useful.
Can we archive the classes that are taught? YES!
SEDC board meeting in Nov will be over the eREACH system
Instead of doing a planning retreat, we will do a PHP/MySQL training to develop specific useable project like technology inventory system, or password system, etc.. This training may take place on Nov 8-9, Dec 8, Jan 10 Location: Cedar City, 9 AM – 4 PM. Scott and Cory will work out the details and send the final agenda soon.
Wait at least 48 hours after the release and then update the software.
No action on this item, only a discussion item at this point..
Managing Passwords is an issue.
It’s important to have a primary and a secondary person assigned to each task, project or program.
Is outsourcing a solution? The SWATT didn’t feel this would help move this forward.
The SWATT will go out and look at solutions as a region (lightspeed, canvans, zenserver (citrix)…). Cory will head this up and will schedule demonstrations and discussion for the region.
Scott, Cory, Ron and Tracy will be doing a pilot test for the Multipoint system in Minersville. After Oct 3rd, we should have a better idea if it works, Cory will send out an update on this after our testing in Minersville.
NSF grant is an option to fund CyberCorps. Cory will look into this grant opportunity and will send out more information soon.
Request for video recordings of trainings and follow up. We will put together an agenda and Cory will send it out.
Feb 2- Millard
Feb 9- Iron
All tech personal are invited, Cory/Randy will send an agenda in the next several weeks, please provide feedback.
Upcoming events-SUECON, TCC meetings, UCET, Wireless Training, retreat, Next SWATT Meeting, etc…-Cory, Charlie
SUECON: If your school doesn’t have a credit card, you can have them send Cory a PO. They will take a PO at the door. Over 400 folks signed up for the conference. The Washington District has done an
excellent job on this event. Thanks.
86 Filter training November 2, send Cory an email if you want to attend 10:00-2:00
E-rate training- Cory needs to check with Sabrina to see if there is any 2nd priority funding but we don’t need training
TCC Meeting- Sept 29th, Date change limits people attending. Charlie is the rural representative on the Board
Oct 18th Cisco Wireless training in Cedar-Jack will send out to the tech list.
Next SWATT meeting is Nov 29th.
All events will be posted on the SEDC SWATT Google Calendar.
Manage calenders is a new feature for domains. You can add items or “rooms” to schedule.