Planning for 1:1
This webinar will focus on the initial planning of a 1:1 project in schools. A panel of current 1:1 technology coordinators will address planning issues that are vital for a successful program. Topics will include types of 1:1 programs, developing a rationale, research that needs to be done, and lessons learned. Future webinars will focus on budgets, wireless, device selection, device management, roll out and must have apps and projects.
E-rate Web Seminar - E-rate Form 471 Step by Step
This web seminarr explains the Form 471 in step by step detail in order to successfully complete the required annual application requirements and deadline.
E-rate Web Seminar - E-rate Form 470 and Competitive Bidding Requirements
This web seminar explains how to file the Form 470 in detail and covers any program changes issued by USAC at the October training sessions.
E-rate Web Seminar - Maximize E-rate Discounts on Expenses in the Eligible Services List
This web seminar explains the structure of the Eligible Services List and provides reminders and tips on how to maximize E-rate discounts on eligible services.
2012 Security Awareness Roadshow
Please join us for a lunch and learn webinar that recaps the in person road show discussions. This year's theme is cyberbullying, digital citizenship and online reputation!
E-rate Web Seminar - E-rate Form 472 (Past), Form 486 (Present) and Technology Planning (Future)
This web seminar covers the expense reimbursement Form 472 for the year ended June 30, the current program year beginning July 1 Form 486 requirement and clarity for those that may need to begin Technology Planning for the E-rate application process for the following year.
E-rate Web Seminar - E-rate Extreme Basics and Status Search Tools
This web seminar introduces the E-rate schedule of forms and deadlines, covers very high level basics of the program and teaches you the details of the available program search tools.
Mobile Device Security
Is the BYOD movement making you want to HIDE? Join us to discuss common security and privacy concerns of a BYOD deployment, and guidance on how to keep your network secure while allowing the access employees demand.
Wireless For Libraries Part 4: Best Practices for Wireless Security
The number of Wireless Networks being deployed has increased dramatically in response to the demand for mobility. While Wireless provides a convenient way to connect multiple devices to your wired network, its convenience can turn into a serious risk if not configured properly. In this session MOREnet Security will focus on best practices for securing your Wireless Network. Topics include Privacy/Accountability, Authentication, Logging, Bandwidth Control, Filtering, and Remote Management.
Wireless For Libraries Part 3: Wireless Policies Panel
This web seminar will cover policy issues you should be aware of when offering wireless access to the public. Topics covered will include E-rate, the REAL Program and the MOREnet Acceptable Use Policy.
Wireless For Libraries Part 2: Wireless Solutions
Wireless networks have been changing and improving just as fast as the mobile devices using them. Unfortunately these advancements can add great complexity and confusion on how the solutions are implemented. In this session, MOREnet Network Consulting will explore the differences and implementation recommendations for cloud and locally managed wireless solutions.
O365 Webinar – Office 365 Webinar
We know there are a lot of questions circling out there as it pertains to the release of Office 365 for Education. We wanted to take some time to answer those questions for you and talk about how Office 365 can benefit your school!
Wireless for Libraries Part 1: Wireless Introduction
Wireless Introduction - What you need to know before you start!
Wireless access in the library. Your patrons expect it, but how do you go about getting started? In the first of our four part series on Wireless for Libraries, we will discuss some of the most basic elements of wireless that you need to be familiar with before you begin to implement your wireless solution. MOREnet Training will identify and define these elements for you and help you understand where they fit into an overall wireless solution.
1:1 Panel Discussion
Looking to Implement Some Degree of 1:1? Join Your Peers for a Panel Discussion!
Join us for a discussion on some of the key questions you will need answers to as you look to implement 1:1. A panel of your peers who have been implementing 1:1 these past months will be assembled for this Adobe Connect Session to share their experiences and answer your questions on some of the following 1:1 hot topics.
· Wireless infrastructure
· Deployment to students
· Labeling/inventory/engraving of devices
· Bandwidth needs
· Management of devices
· Training of staff
We have been talking about "the cloud" for years and years but what is "the cloud"? What constitutes a "cloud" device or storage or offering? What questions should you be asking of your cloud provider to make sure you are protected? We will discuss all of those items and more as we talk about how to securely move into the cloud.
E-rate Web Seminar - E-rate Program Integrity Assurance (PIA) review
This web seminar explains the USAC PIA review process, what to expect, and how to dispel anxious feelings of the review.
What you need to know about Copyright law for classroom use
Are you breaking copyright and not realizing it? Do you use music or movie clips inside the classroom or in PowerPoint presentations before the whole organization? We have talked many times about the RIAA and MPAA sending notices of infringement for the illegal sharing of movies and music on the internet using peer-to-peer file sharing. I believe we all understand that portion of copyright law but what about the examples I mentioned above? In this session, we will cover the fair use aspects of copyright law and maybe answer some of those tough questions about using music in PowerPoint presentations. Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer so for a legal opinion of individual situations, you should consult a lawyer!