cloud computing

2020, February: Jupiter, Saturn and Mars in a Morning Planet Parade

February Highlights: Jupiter and Mars in the morning sky during early February 2020 Moon Eclipses Mars on February 18 Saturn joins Jupiter and Mars later in the month Moon passes Jupiter (Feb 19) and Saturn (Feb 20)   As Jupiter… Read More ›

Notes From Techcon 2012

Techcon 2012 Techcon occurred October 26, 2012 at the Naperville Campus of Northern Illinois University. Over 160 local school administrators, technology leaders, and classroom teachers convened for the one-day session. Google’s Jaime Casap (Twitter: @jcasap) was the keynote speaker. His… Read More ›

Innovation and Democracy

Image Credit Is innovation a democratic process? Innovate:  to introduce something new; make changes in anything established. (reference) In Disrupting Class, author Clayton Christen informs school boards that introducing digital learning into schools may be hampered by purposeful democratic processes that are part of schools’ cultures.  Cooperative… Read More ›

Moving to the Cloud

  Schools should consider moving their networked resources to the “cloud.”  In cloud computing networked software programs and stores of data files, such as word processing, spreadsheets, and the like, exist in a data center or multiple data centers outside… Read More ›