Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Students Thinking Mobile and Cloud

You never know what surprise might happen in a day. This was such a great student written letter to receive – forward thinking and action oriented with a vision.

By happenstance, I received this letter during the same week as I completed a number of school visits to converse with Principals about the role of technology in the change process.

It is so awesome to see students thinking about change and signalling a readiness from their perspective. I look forward to responding to this student next week. I am thinking a Google Hangout conversation would be a nice approach if it can be worked out.

scan of letter (with student name removed for privacy)
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~Mark
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K12 Data Classification

Today’s Google Hangout: a data classification with Sandra Vieira and Lorie Hough.

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RCAC13 Chromebook Workshop Resources

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Presenters:

Mark W. Carbone
Ron Millar
Andrew Bieronski

Resources:

Presentation  Slide Deck
Chromebook  Internet Treasure Hunt
Twitter Stream via Storify.  Thank you Doug Peterson.

~Mark

Clouds and Records

Today I had a chance to connect with OASBO IMPAC (Information Management, Privacy & Access Committee) co-chairs Lorie Hough and Sandra Vieira via Google Hangout (GHO).  The provincial committee is examining school board privacy and records management considerations for business functions as they relate to cloud computing. Today we decided to document our initial discussion and thinking by live recording our  session. There are many aspects to consider prior to transitioning to a full cloud solution in this area.

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I want to acknowledge the work, learning and professional reflections of Lorie and Sandra in preparation for this session. I look forward to our next discussion.

~Mark