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District Information Technology Update Report DECEMBER 2014 COMPILED BY: STEPHEN TORREY DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY SUPERVISOR 508-688-7233

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1 District Information Technology Update Report DECEMBER 2014 COMPILED BY: STEPHEN TORREY DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY SUPERVISOR

2 Technology Additions since 01 SEPT 14 2 Elmo Document Cameras for WVS (Purchased by WVS Fundraising) 2 Smart Interactive Boards for WVS (Purchased by WVS Fundraising) 6 Mimio Interactive Boards for KTJH (Purchased by KTJH Fundraising) Makerbot 3D Printer for DPHS CAD Course (Purchased with Upgrade Funds) 25 New Lenovo M73 Workstations (Purchased with Upgrade Funds)

3 Technology Additions since 01 SEPT 14 8 Computers installed in EBE Classrooms for Special Education Use Initial Hardware Purchase for WVS and EBE Upgrade Project Implementation of a full time help desk, with LanSchool Management software district wide. Additional Computer Lab at WVS (30 New Units Installed) Additional Computers installed in KTJH Room 109 for Special Education Use (6 Upgraded Units)

4 Current Ongoing Projects We are in the first stage of our upgrade projects as WVS and EBE. Site surveys have been completed and initial hardware purchased. We will be adding Wi-Fi access throughout both of the buildings, and a gigabit hardwire infrastructure. We will be adding 3 new switches at EBE and 13 new switches at WVS. WVS and EBE will be configured in alignment with DPHS Planning stage has started for the KTJH and LSS Upgrade Projects. Additional 6 Computers to be placed in KTJH Room 113 for Special Education Use

5 Current Issues Security Camera Systems need to be upgraded District Wide Systems currently do not exist at the Blue Building or East Brookfield Elementary DPHS system is nonfunctional. KTJH/WVS/LSS Systems are outdated and extremely low quality resolution. District wide VoIP phone system needs to be implemented with E911 Capabilities in all Classrooms, Offices and Public Area’s. Direct 911 Calling from Classrooms does not currently exist New and Upgraded Computer Inventory has been depleted and needs to be replenished. Website Redesign Needed

6 Inventory Report Devices TOTALQTY DEPLOYEDQTY REPAIRQTY STORAGE Lenovo M Lenovo M Dell 700 series Dell 600 series Dell 500 series Dell 300 series HP Compaq DC Flexcon Donations Administrative Laptops 7700 TOTALS

7 Inventory Report Other Hardware and Interactive Devices TOTALQTY DEPLOYEDQTY REPAIRQTY STORAGE Printers Ricoh Copiers Monitors SMART Boards Mimios 6600 ELMO Document Cameras 2201

8 Inventory Report All Interactive Devices by School David ProutyKnox TrailWire VillageEast BrookfieldLake Street Total Devices Faculty Devices Number of Faculty Student Devices Number of Student Students to Device Ratio Mobile Carts SMART Boards Mimios ELMO Document Cameras 10200

9 Inventory Report Classroom Devices for Special Ed Use David ProutyKnox TrailWire VillageEast BrookfieldLake Street Room Room Room Room Room Room Room Room Room Room Room Room Room Room

10 Inventory Report Computer Lab and Library Devices by School David ProutyKnox TrailWire VillageEast BrookfieldLake Street Instructional Labs Open Labs Instructional Lab Devices Open Lab Devices David ProutyKnox TrailWire VillageEast BrookfieldLake Street Library Devices

11 Technology Policy Committee We have formed a committee of volunteers to revise and create the districts technology policies. We will be revising the district Acceptable Use Policy, and the Sexting/Cell Phone Policy. We will be creating a district BYOD Policy. (Bring Your Own Device) Committee consists of all building principals, pupil services director, technology supervisor, teachers from each school, and parent volunteers from each school. The committee meets Mondays from 3:30-5:00PM at DPHS Library.

12 Survey of DPHS October 2014 The Information Technology department recently conducted a survey that was handed out to students and faculty of David Prouty High School. We received 328 completed surveys. Question 1: Do you use classroom technology on a consistent basis? 190 responders said they do use classroom technology on consistent basis compared to 138 who said they did not. The number could vary from quarter to quarter because students may not have the opportunity to use a computer at all due to the handful of labs and limited use by students in the library. Question 2: Having you been making use of our new Guest Wireless? 248 responders said they do use the guest wireless compared to 80 who said they do not. The rise of smartphones and tablets is definitely attributed to the use of the wireless by 76% of the responders, which could also account for the lower use of classroom technology/computers. Question 3: Have you made use of our technology Help Desk? 262 responders said they have NOT made use of the Technology Help Desk compared to 65 who have and 1 undecided. Students would not normally use the Help Desk unless they have a technology question or need a password reset. Teachers use the Help Desk for Technology issues either by phone or our TSS website. Question 4: Has your overall classroom technology experience been a positive one? 264 responders said that there experience with classroom technology has been a positive one compared to 58 who have not, 3 who are undecided and 3 who did not answer.

13 Survey of DPHS October 2014  On our survey we left a comments section which was optional. Out of the 328 responders, 99 (30% of the responders) responded.  28 responders said our Guest Wi-Fi needed to be improved, majority of complaints were made of the sign in process  26 responders said they would like to be able to use Phones/Tablets/Laptops in class more regularly.  14 responders said they wanted more Smart Boards in classrooms.  8 responders said they wanted more access to computers and classroom technology.  6 responders said they wanted a change in Website Policies and Restrictions.  17 responders were put into a miscellaneous category which varied concerns from speed of technology to updating of campus equipment.

14 ANY QUESTIONS? THANK YOU AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS -SEBRSD IT


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