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|A product of Follett Software Company, Destiny Asset Manager is designed to manage assets on a district-wide basis. Fixed and portable assets are managed such as laptops, sports equipment, maintenance equipment, and software licenses. Dan Neville, Assistant Technology Director in Kyrene School District, shares how his Arizona district has adapted the product to its own purposes in the Radio TICAL episode, "Managing Assets and Data."|
|Shopping for audiovisual equipment in Arkansas? Online Technologies has been a sponsor of our TICAL Arkansas Conference in Little Rock, so we encourage you to include them in your vendor research.|
|PDExpress is essentially the equivalent of a "teacher information system." Store staff data including locations, credentials, professional development plans, coaching relationships, etc. The system can be populated with professional development activities and/or courses and participation is tracked through the system as well. Teachers each have a unique log-in through the web and they can review their records. E-mail reminders for activity registrations, credential expirations, and other professional development items can be automatically configured. You will find that this is a user-friendly system to centralize your professional development organization and documentation.|
|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.|
|In this 11 minute presentation, author and consultant Susan Brooks-Young provides a quick overview of what Web 2.0 is and then shares a concrete example of how a group of educators in Northern California used an on-line group, a wiki, and a "web-top" word processor to help them complete a collaborative planning process.|
|WinOcular products were chosen by Kyrene (AZ) school district to handle employee processes such as online applications tailored for all job categories, electronic approval paths for requesting and authorizing positions, and tracking the hiring process. These technology tools are helping the district move toward a paperless environment.|
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