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P 3 B for Technology Environments. Procedures, Policies, Planning & Budgeting ~~~ The Role of the Technology Coordinator, JBC. P 3 B for Tech Env. Strongest predictor of technology use = Stable infrastructure Adequate peripherals, software, networks Current, operable, well maintained

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p 3 b for technology environments

P3B for Technology Environments

Procedures, Policies, Planning & Budgeting

~~~

The Role of the Technology Coordinator, JBC

p 3 b for tech env
P3B for Tech Env
  • Strongest predictor of technology use =
    • Stable infrastructure
    • Adequate peripherals, software, networks
    • Current, operable, well maintained
    • Adapted to meet K-12 contexts & goals

Providing Access to Technology is end product to Procedures, Policies, Planning and Budget

p 3 b for technology access
P3B for Technology Access
  • Planning for deployment
  • Procurement
  • Implementation
  • Maintenance/Monitoring

(Internet access nearly universal, but access still a problem. Look deeper than computers & Internet.)

See Figure 7.1, p. 149

planning for deployment
Planning for Deployment
  • Selecting / Arranging technologies
    • Desktop - Lab or Classroom
    • Laptop Cart – Mobile or Classroom
    • Laptop Initiative

Discuss Table 7-1, pp. 151-155

planning for deployment1
Planning for Deployment
  • Budgeting/Timeline
    • End-User Equipment
    • Infrastructure
    • Installation
    • Professional Development
    • End-User Software and Online Resources
    • Technical Support
    • Ongoing operation costs
    • Replacement/upgrade costs
procurement
Procurement
  • Request for Quote (RFQ)
  • Request for Proposal (RFP)
  • Negotiation & Scoring Rubric
  • Best and Final Offer (BAFO)
  • Before declaration that a bid is nonresponsive, must explain why
implementation
Implementation

Requires coordination, considering:

  • Adjustments & changes are likely
  • Avoid scope creep and time extensions
  • Minimize change orders
  • Equip ready for use by end-users?
  • Training/professional development
  • Use outcomes of training evidenced?
maintenance support
Maintenance & Support
  • LAN support-Network / servers related issues
  • Hardware support-Installation / upgrades / troubleshooting
  • User support-Installation/training/troubleshooting
  • Management-Planning/collaborating/supervising
  • Other – Website / telephone / videoconferencing
p 3 b end result
P3B End Result
  • Routine maintenance
  • Trouble ticket help request system
  • Policies to prioritize requests
  • Prompt response to requests
  • Low downtime
  • High client satisfaction ratings
  • Acceptable Use Policies & security-monitoring software to limit human disruptions
  • Secure system, relative to breaches, theft, etc.
  • Centralized mgt system for remote mgt capability
p 3 b discussion
P3B Discussion
  • 2nd Performance scenario, p. 167
  • Case Study, p. 169-171 – What steps followed?
  • Discussion Questions 1-4, p. 171-2
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