Educational Technology Round Table

Join us for an open discussion on current educational technology topics and trends. This networking meeting is open to all educational technology positions including technology directors, instructional technology coaches, and any other positions interested in discussing the current state of technology in our schools. While a short presentation may lead off our time together, the majority of the meeting will be open for participants to share their experiences and challenges with the group.

Get Google Certified! Google Level 1 Certification Workshop

This Google Educator Level 1 Certification workshop will prepare participants to take the Google Educator Level 1 certification exam. Level 1 certification indicates a fundamental understanding of how Google apps and services can be used in the classroom and confirms standard technology implementation skills. This workshop is designed for teachers that have a solid base of implementing Google tools in their classroom and is not designed to serve as an introduction to the Google tools.

Google Educator Level 1 certification exam not included with this workshop.

GW Deep Dive: Services, Security, and Chromebook Enrollment

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Last Chance E-rate 471 Workshop – Peoria Area

As part of the E-Rate application process, all applicants must submit FCC Form 471 every year. Form 471 is a request for discounts on eligible products and services. Acceptable Form 471 submissions must include information on the recipients of services, discount calculations, costs of service, dates of service, and service provider(s). Applicants must have Form 470 filed at least 28 days before filing Form 471. After that 28 day window, contracts may be signed, and additional details needed for the application can be discussed with the chosen providers.

This workshop will offer participants an opportunity to learn more about the E-Rate program, especially when it comes to filling out and submitting Form 471. Virtual sessions will begin at 9AM. Hands-on demos of Form 471 will be provided, as well as virtual office hours for completing the forms and asking questions until 2PM.

Please be prepared to provide detailed descriptions of services and certify compliance with program rules. To properly participate, you will also need the following:

· An internet-ready device
· Your EPiC login and password
· A copy of this year’s 470
· A copy of last year’s 471
· Electronic copies/scans of any new contracts or signed/dated chosen bids
· Bidding matrix (if you haven’t evaluated bids already)
· If you are not ‘geeky’ and filing for Cat2 – a general understanding/description of the equipment you are asking for. (We have to put it into categories and types, so please have a quick conversation with your local ‘geek’ or chosen provider before you come.)

E-rate 471 Workshop – Fairfield Area

As part of the E-Rate application process, all applicants must submit FCC Form 471 every year. Form 471 is a request for discounts on eligible products and services. Acceptable Form 471 submissions must include information on the recipients of services, discount calculations, costs of service, dates of service, and service provider(s). Applicants must have Form 470 filed at least 28 days before filing Form 471. After that 28 day window, contracts may be signed, and additional details needed for the application can be discussed with the chosen providers.

This workshop will offer participants an opportunity to learn more about the E-Rate program, especially when it comes to filling out and submitting Form 471. Virtual sessions will begin at 9AM. Hands-on demos of Form 471 will be provided, as well as virtual office hours for completing the forms and asking questions until 2PM.

Please be prepared to provide detailed descriptions of services and certify compliance with program rules. To properly participate, you will also need the following:

· An internet-ready device
· Your EPiC login and password
· A copy of this year’s 470
· A copy of last year’s 471
· Electronic copies/scans of any new contracts or signed/dated chosen bids
· Bidding matrix (if you haven’t evaluated bids already)
· If you are not ‘geeky’ and filing for Cat2 – a general understanding/description of the equipment you are asking for. (We have to put it into categories and types, so please have a quick conversation with your local ‘geek’ or chosen provider before you come.)

GW Deep Dive: Organizational Structure, Users, and Groups

Google Workspace is the leading solution for productivity and collaboration tools in Illinois school districts. Through its admin panel, administrators can employ user accounts, groups, applications, inventory, and security features district-wide.

Join the LTC’s Chris Wherley and Eric Muckensturm as they take a deep dive into Google Workplace’s numerous admin panel features. This session will focus on Organizational Structure, Users, and Groups. Chris and Eric will show you how to set up these features, talk about best practices and scalability, and answer questions.

This is the 2nd session in a series of 5 sessions, all focusing on Google Workspace.

ROE 8 Technology Round Table

Join us for an open discussion on current educational technology topics and trends. This networking meeting is open to all educational technology positions including technology directors, instructional technology coaches, and any other positions interested in discussing the current state of technology in our schools. Though we will start our time together with a short presentation, the majority of the meeting will be open for participants to share their experiences and challenges with the group.

E-rate 471 Workshop – Carterville Area

As part of the E-Rate application process, all applicants must submit FCC Form 471 every year. Form 471 is a request for discounts on eligible products and services. Acceptable Form 471 submissions must include information on the recipients of services, discount calculations, costs of service, dates of service, and service provider(s). Applicants must have Form 470 filed at least 28 days before filing Form 471. After that 28 day window, contracts may be signed, and additional details needed for the application can be discussed with the chosen providers.

This workshop will offer participants an opportunity to learn more about the E-Rate program, especially when it comes to filling out and submitting Form 471. Virtual sessions will begin at 9AM. Hands-on demos of Form 471 will be provided, as well as virtual office hours for completing the forms and asking questions until 2PM.

Please be prepared to provide detailed descriptions of services and certify compliance with program rules. To properly participate, you will also need the following:

· An internet-ready device
· Your EPiC login and password
· A copy of this year’s 470
· A copy of last year’s 471
· Electronic copies/scans of any new contracts or signed/dated chosen bids
· Bidding matrix (if you haven’t evaluated bids already)
· If you are not ‘geeky’ and filing for Cat2 – a general understanding/description of the equipment you are asking for. (We have to put it into categories and types, so please have a quick conversation with your local ‘geek’ or chosen provider before you come.)

E-rate 471 Workshop-Moline Area

As part of the E-Rate application process, all applicants must submit FCC Form 471 every year. Form 471 is a request for discounts on eligible products and services. Acceptable Form 471 submissions must include information on the recipients of services, discount calculations, costs of service, dates of service, and service provider(s). Applicants must have Form 470 filed at least 28 days before filing Form 471. After that 28 day window, contracts may be signed, and additional details needed for the application can be discussed with the chosen providers.

This workshop will offer participants an opportunity to learn more about the E-Rate program, especially when it comes to filling out and submitting Form 471. Virtual sessions will begin at 9AM. Hands-on demos of Form 471 will be provided, as well as virtual office hours for completing the forms and asking questions until 2PM.

Please be prepared to provide detailed descriptions of services and certify compliance with program rules. To properly participate, you will also need the following:

· An internet-ready device
· Your EPiC login and password
· A copy of this year’s 470
· A copy of last year’s 471
· Electronic copies/scans of any new contracts or signed/dated chosen bids
· Bidding matrix (if you haven’t evaluated bids already)
· If you are not ‘geeky’ and filing for Cat2 – a general understanding/description of the equipment you are asking for. (We have to put it into categories and types, so please have a quick conversation with your local ‘geek’ or chosen provider before you come.)