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  • 1. Cloud Computing in EducationKySTE 2011
    Michael Wlosinski
    Kentucky Educational Development Corporation
  • 2.
  • 3. What is The Cloud?
    Why The Cloud?
    What Are the Concerns?
    Where Are We Going With It?
    Q & A / Sharing
    “Shameless Plugs”
  • 4. What is The Cloud?
    “Cloud Computing offers the ability to access software or information that can be delivered over the internet, on demand, without the need to store it locally.”
    (video)
  • 5. Examples of Cloud Resources
    Applications
    Software
    Social Networking
    Photo Editing and Image Albums
    Digital Video
    Document Creation and Editing
    Gaming
    Interactive Topic Sites
    Remote PC Access
    Course Work
    etc, etc, etc…..
    Storage
    Sky Drive
    Live Binders
    DropBox
    HotFile
    EasyShare
    Amazon Simple Storage
    Media Fire
    DepositFiles
    etc, etc, etc…..
  • 6. Why The Cloud?
  • 7. #1
  • 8. Accessibility and Collaboration
  • 9. Concerns of Using the Cloudor……
    “Cloudcerns”
  • 10. “Cloudcerns”
    Security, Privacy, and
    Reliability
    What did the provider do to secure the service?
    How reliable is the service?
    Does the provider performs back ups and are they accessible?
    Can other people access the information?
    Location of where the service is housed.
  • 11. “Cloudcerns”
    Federal Regulations (Education)
    Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
    Child Online Protection Act (COPA)
    Organization-Owned vs. Provider-Owned Sites
  • 12. Where Are We Going?
  • 13. Cyber Citizenship
    “Providing an environment of expected social, ethical, responsible, and legal use of the web and web-based resources”
  • 14. Cyber Citizenship
    Education: “What makes a responsible digital citizen?”
    Monitor, Supervise, and Consequences
    Parental and Family Involvement
    Websites:
    ISTE (web pages, research, and resource books!)
    www.digitalcitizenship.net
    www.commensensemedia.org
    www.netsmartz.org
    www.onguardonline.gov
    www.brainpop.org
    Physical Classroom Environment / Guest Speakers
    District Web Sites
    Student Hand Books
  • 15. Options in Education
    (open-source course management system)
    Edmodowww.edmodo.com
    Organization controlled intranets via The Cloud
    Cloud supplied proxy systems
    (ex: www.watchdog.net.nez)
  • 16. Q & A / Sharing
    “Shameless Plugs”
    michael.wlosinski@kedc.org
    KEDC Mini Tech Conference
    June 21st, Ashland