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EDSA Paladin Live

Adding computers and technologies to schools often overloads the electrical systems, causing failures and risks. This software analyzes institutional electrical systems and intelligently predicts potential vulnerabilities in complex electrical distribution systems. This software maintains an uninterrupted, 360° view of electrical power infrastructures.

eRecycling – Operations and Maintenance is a partnership between the government, manufacturers, retailers, and the environmental community which provides guidance and information about recycling electronic waste. The site includes information about computer component recycling centers in California that comply with the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003.

National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities (NCEF)

Created in 1997 by the U.S. Department of Education, the National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities (NCEF) provides information on planning, designing, funding, building, improving, and maintaining safe, healthy, high performance schools. Search under both Operations and maintenance and under Technology. You’ll find examples of key resources on topics from how to build or remodel with environmentally friendly (green) designs and materials to researched discussions about the benefits of using computer labs versus computers distributed in classrooms.

NCEF Safe School Facilities Checklist

This site features a simple, quick online interface that builds your own checklist for assessing the safety and security of proposed and existing school buildings and grounds. From an extensive list of categories, the database creates a custom-made checklist of questions the school leader can use to assess school design, operation, and safety.


The Pupil Records Online Management Information System (PROMIS) is a complete online and hosted student information system, developed to accommodate attendance accounting, grading, and student tracking for court and community schools, juvenile hall, special education, alternative education, and other county operated programs. Gradually other K-12 districts adopted PROMIS, and it now supports both the specialties involved in alternative education and well as standard K-12 environments.


SchoolMessenger is a system commonly used to inform families of school activities by calling the family phone number with a pre-recorded message, but it also can be used when you need to have emergency communication with all families in just a few minutes.


Skype is a free Web-based tool that allows users to use Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) to make computer-to-computer or computer-to-telephone calls. Calls to another computer are free. Calls to a telephone cost about two cents per minute. There is also conference calling capability (video and voice). A great option for educators who have restricted telephone access on campus. Also useful for student collaborative projects.

The District Data Analyzer: A Low-Cost, High-Impact Alternative to a Data Warehouse

This BLE Group white paper reviews the Excelsior software District Data Analyzer, a tool used to access and analyze data across district systems without a data warehouse. An alternative for small and medium sized districts to an extensive data warehouse project, the District Data Analyzer is an excellent first step for organizations that want to start using data and meet NCLB requirements. This is a sponsored white paper. (Download the PDF)

Web Work Computerized Maintenance Management System

Web Work Azzier is a web-based maintenance request system that can either be hosted on the vendor's servers or on your own. Web Work Azzier contains tools for daily operations, equipment life-cycle management, asset maintenance, and project management, among others.
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