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Vanitha Chandrasekhar, Ed.D . Long Beach Unified School District Robert Bayles , TS

Vanitha Chandrasekhar, Ed.D . Long Beach Unified School District Robert Bayles , TS

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  1. Taking the “Mist-ory” out of Cloud Computing! Vanitha Chandrasekhar, Ed.D. Long Beach Unified School District Robert Bayles, TS Los Angeles County Office of Education Donna Hackner, ITO Los Angeles County Office of Education

  2. Session Outcomes • Participants will: • Explore Cloud Computing • Explore the impacts/implication on education • Financial • Learning • Explore Advantages and Challenges of Cloud Computing • Share experiences of Cloud Computing at the local levels: Long Beach Unified School District and a charter school in Carson

  3. Agenda • Welcome and Introductions • Purpose • What is Cloud Computing • Technical Aspects of Cloud Computing • Impact/Implications on Education • Local Level Cloud Computing Experiences • Q&A

  4. What is Cloud Computing?

  5. Robert BaylesSenior Network EngineerLos Angeles County Office of Education

  6. Virtualization vs. Cloud Computing • Virtualization • The ability to run multiple operating systems on a single physical system and share the underlying hardware resources • Cloud Computing • An emerging style of computing in which applications, data & IT resources are provided as services to users over the network

  7. Types of Clouds • Public - Access by 3rd party • Private - Internal • Hybrid - Mixed

  8. Cloud Models • SaaS – Hosted Applications • PaaS – Hosted Development Platforms • IaaS - Outsourced Hardware

  9. Cloud Vendors List 9/10/09

  10. Challenges • Security/Privacy • Compatibility • Cost • Performance • Backup/Disaster Recovery

  11. Reduced and/or simplified expenditure on software licensing Decreased reliance on school-based IT staff – Enabling greater ubiquity of access for students and staff Reduce/eliminate problems associated with software version control and updates Ease of leveraging benefits of shared management systems Allows for greater experimentation, choice and agility in terms of applications used Reduce barriers to participation, contribution, sharing Infinitely expand resource sharing opportunities Implications on Education

  12. Vanitha Chandrasekhar Ed.D. • Educational Technology Coordinator • Long Beach Unified School District

  13. Benefits • Anytime/anywhere access • Cost - third party hosting • Scalability • Security • Maintenance

  14. LBUSD Cloud Curriculum Resources Account Management eHelpDesk Intranet Software updates HR related Access to files End User

  15. Donna Hackner Founding Principal New Millennium Secondary School

  16. New Millennium Secondary School • “Use technology to make teaching and learning more efficient and effective”

  17. Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Communication Infrastructure Hardware Tech Support Professional Development

  18. ResourcesVideoCloud ComputingArticlesWhat is Cloud Computing? Cloud Computing and EducationThe Impact of Cloud Computing on SchoolsCloud computing top issues for Higher EducationCloud Computing and K-12 EducationWhen K-12 Moves to the CloudViewpoint: The future of education lies in the cloud