IT Summer Summit

#ITSummerSummit #ltcillinois

June 10, 2019

Kishwaukee College

June 11, 2019

Richland Community College

June 17, 2019

John A Logan College

Blue Iris IP Security Camera System, YouTube Live Streaming using OBS
Daniel Baker
Technology Director
Polo CUSD #222
dbaker@poloschools.net

iOS MDM and Anything 1:1 iPad
Don Sturm
Technology Integration Specialist
Morton CUSD #709
donald.sturm@mcusd709.org
@SturmDon

E-Sports
Duane Shaffer
Director of Technology
Morrison Community Unit School District 6
duane.shaffer@morrisonschools.org

Open Source Solutions and Security in Depth within the Education Sector
Eric Tamez
Software/Hardware Technology Specialist
Kankakee School District 111
eric-tamez@ksd111.org

The One Person Tech Department – Keeping All the Plates Spinning including data privacy and security, Google Management, 1:1 Chromebooks, and Online Testing
Gerry Mattix-Wand
Director of Educational Technology
East Alton-Wood River H.S. Dist. 14
gmwand@eawr.org

Leasing vs Buying of Technology
Jason Marquardt
Exec VP
American Capital
jmarquardt@amcapfinance.com

Ed360 is the free data dashboard created by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). It allows educators to view near-real time student data to help make data-driven instructional decisions.
Kara Mernaugh & Kurt Dudley
Ed360 Outreach Team
ISBE Ed360
ed360@isbe.net
https://www.isbe.net/ed360

Transitioning from Window 7 to Windows 10
Lorena Mora-Martinez
Technology Solutions Professional
Microsoft
lomorama@microsoft.com
@_lorenamora

Microsoft Modern Management – Intune for Education and Provisioning
Lorena Mora-Martinez
Technology Solutions Professional
Microsoft
lomorama@microsoft.com
@_lorenamora

Improving School Safety through Lessons Learned, Prevention Techniques, and a Free School and Cyber Information Sharing Program
Mia A. Ray
School Intelligence Officer
Statewide Terrorism & Intelligence Center
Maria_Langheim@illinois.gov
isp.schoolsafety@illinois.gov
http://www.tinyurl.com/ILSchoolSafety2019

Budget and Resources for Robust Infrastructure: How E-Rate and Future Ready work hand in hand
Mindy Fiscus
Digital Access Coordinator
Learning Technology Center
mfiscus@ltcillinois.org
@fiscus29

Web Accessibility for K-12
What requirements schools need to know about, and possible solutions to make sure compliance is met.
TJ Schlouski and Krystal Connolly
Director of Assistive Technology Services
Illinois Assistive Technology Program
tschlouski@iltech.org and kconnolly@iltech.org

Digital Documents and Web Accessibility in Schools
Explore digital document accessibility in regards to Word, PowerPoint, and how that effects PDF.
TJ Schlouski and Krystal Connolly
Director of Assistive Technology Services
Illinois Assistive Technology Program
tschlouski@iltech.org and kconnolly@iltech.org

Technology Planning / Strategic Planning
Abe Loveless
Director of Technology and Media
East St. Louis School District 189
abe.loveless@estl189.com

Chrome Extension for Tracking Chomebook Logins in Google Sheets
Curtis McKay
Network Administrator
Belleville Township High School District 201
cmckay@bths201.org

iOS MDM and Anything 1:1 iPad
Don Sturm
Technology Integration Specialist
Morton CUSD #709
donald.sturm@mcusd709.org
@SturmDon

Open Source Solutions and Security in Depth within the Education Sector
Eric Tamez
Software/Hardware Technology Specialist
Kankakee School District 111
eric-tamez@ksd111.org

The One Person Tech Department – Keeping All the Plates Spinning including data privacy and security, Google Management, 1:1 Chromebooks, and Online Testing
Gerry Mattix-Wand
Director of Educational Technology
East Alton-Wood River H.S. Dist. 14
gmwand@eawr.org

Electronic Visitor Management & Access Control/Security Cameras
Jared Lynn
Director of Technology
Mahomet-Seymour CUSD #3
jlynn@mscusd.org

What’s in your Go Bag (IT for Evacuations and Reunifications)
John Gutzmer
Director of Information Systems and Network Security
Champaign Unit 4 Schools
gutzmejo@u4sd.org

Ed360 is the free data dashboard created by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). It allows educators to view near-real time student data to help make data-driven instructional decisions.
Kara Mernaugh & Kurt Dudley
Ed360 Outreach Team
ISBE Ed360
ed360@isbe.net
https://www.isbe.net/ed360

Transitioning from Window 7 to Windows 10
Lorena Mora-Martinez
Technology Solutions Professional
Microsoft
lomorama@microsoft.com
@_lorenamora

Microsoft Modern Management – Intune for Education and Provisioning
Lorena Mora-Martinez
Technology Solutions Professional
Microsoft
lomorama@microsoft.com
@_lorenamora

Improving School Safety through Lessons Learned, Prevention Techniques, and a Free School and Cyber Information Sharing Program
Mia A. Ray
School Intelligence Officer
Statewide Terrorism & Intelligence Center
Maria_Langheim@illinois.gov
isp.schoolsafety@illinois.gov
http://www.tinyurl.com/ILSchoolSafety2019

Budget and Resources for Robust Infrastructure: How E-Rate and Future Ready work hand in hand
Mindy Fiscus
Digital Access Coordinator
Learning Technology Center
mfiscus@ltcillinois.org
@fiscus29

Web Accessibility for K-12
What requirements schools need to know about, and possible solutions to make sure compliance is met.
TJ Schlouski and Krystal Connolly
Director of Assistive Technology Services
Illinois Assistive Technology Program
tschlouski@iltech.org and kconnolly@iltech.org

Digital Documents and Web Accessibility in Schools
Explore digital document accessibility in regards to Word, PowerPoint, and how that effects PDF.
TJ Schlouski and Krystal Connolly
Director of Assistive Technology Services
Illinois Assistive Technology Program
tschlouski@iltech.org and kconnolly@iltech.org

Website options – Self-hosted, Google Sites, Paid-solutions
Tyler Breitbarth
Technology Specialist
Eureka Community School District #140
breitbartht@district140.org
@Mr_B_Ed_Tech

E-Sports
Brock Frazier
E-Sports Coach
Massac Unit School District #1
bfrazier@massac.org
@Patriot_Esports

Google Management Console – Best practices and New Features
Butch Wilson
Technology Director
Christopher #99 School District
bwilson@cpher99.org

Open Source Solutions and Security in Depth within the Education Sector
Eric Tamez
Software/Hardware Technology Specialist
Kankakee School District 111
eric-tamez@ksd111.org

The One Person Tech Department – Keeping All the Plates Spinning including data privacy and security, Google Management, 1:1 Chromebooks, and Online Testing
Gerry Mattix-Wand
Director of Educational Technology
East Alton-Wood River H.S. Dist. 14
gmwand@eawr.org

Transitioning from Window 7 to Windows 10
Jodie Gaver
Technology Solutions Professional
Microsoft
Jodie.Gaver@microsoft.com
@jodiegaver

Microsoft Modern Management – Intune for Education and Provisioning
Jodie Gaver
Technology Solutions Professional
Microsoft
Jodie.Gaver@microsoft.com
@jodiegaver

Getting the tech coach your district needs, but can’t afford! (Bridging the gap between tech directors and teachers thru free instructional professional development opportunities.)
Justin Morgan
Network Administrator
Trico CUSD # 176
justinmorgan@trico176.org
@jdm0rgan

Ed360 is the free data dashboard created by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). It allows educators to view near-real time student data to help make data-driven instructional decisions.
Kara Mernaugh & Kurt Dudley
Ed360 Outreach Team
ISBE Ed360
ed360@isbe.net
https://www.isbe.net/ed360

Improving School Safety through Lessons Learned, Prevention Techniques, and a Free School and Cyber Information Sharing Program
Mia A. Ray
School Intelligence Officer
Statewide Terrorism & Intelligence Center
Maria_Langheim@illinois.gov
isp.schoolsafety@illinois.gov
http://www.tinyurl.com/ILSchoolSafety2019

Budget and Resources for Robust Infrastructure: How E-Rate and Future Ready work hand in hand
Mindy Fiscus
Digital Access Coordinator
Learning Technology Center
mfiscus@ltcillinois.org
@fiscus29

Student Management System
Tom Walker
Director of Technology
Massac Unit School District #1
twalker@massac.org
@thomasgwalkerii

Eric Nentrup
Alma
eric.nentrup@getalma.com
https://getalma.com

Jump into summer with a day of networking and professional learning for IT staff. Join technology leaders, support staff, and colleagues for a one-day event in June. Topics are carefully selected by local IT staff based on local needs, and topics may address Google, Microsoft, cybersecurity, imaging, inventory, patching, backup, recovery, open-source solutions, firewalls, content filters, eSports and more. It’s your opportunity to explore new tools and strategies needed to support and improve your district’s technology infrastructure. Best of all, you can get an early start on summer technology projects by networking with others who may be doing similar projects in their districts.

Audience: 

CIOs, CTOs, Technology Directors, Technology Coordinators, System Administrators, Technology Specialists, and others.

Sponsor:

The Learning Technology Center is an Illinois State Board of Education program that supports all public K-12 districts, schools, and educators through technology initiatives, services, and professional learning opportunities. Connect with the LTC at ltcillinois.org, @ltcillinois, or via our online Community.

Cost:

$40.00 (An invoice will be sent to your district post-event. Failure to cancel at least 24 hours prior to the event may result in being invoiced. Any “no shows” will be invoiced)

Schedule:

7:30-8:15 AM: Registration

8:15-8:25 AM: Welcome

8:30-9:20 AM: Breakout Sessions

9:30-10:20 AM: Breakout Sessions

10:30-11:20 AM: Breakout Sessions

11:20 AM-12:20 PM: Lunch

12:30-1:20 PM: Breakout Sessions

1:30-2:20 PM: Breakout Sessions

2:30-2:50 PM: Wrap Up