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Connecticut Education Network Robert P. Vietzke CEN Network Architect, Dept. of Information Technology Rob.Vietzke@UConn.edu. Commission for Educational Technology Program Overview. Coordinate Ed Tech efforts in Connecticut Connect public K-12, Higher Ed and libraries by 2004

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Connecticut Education NetworkRobert P. VietzkeCEN Network Architect, Dept. of Information TechnologyRob.Vietzke@UConn.edu

commission for educational technology program overview
Commission for Educational Technology Program Overview
  • Coordinate Ed Tech efforts in Connecticut
  • Connect public K-12, Higher Ed and libraries by 2004
  • Establish rigorous standards in technology competency for students, teachers and administrators
  • Assist in the development of the Connecticut Parent Technology Academy
  • Establish the Connecticut Digital Library
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Commission for Educational Technologywww.ctedtech.orgConnecticut Education Networkwww.doit.state.ct.us/cen
current network activities
Current Network Activities
  • K-12 & Librarary Site Surveys
    • 112 Districts complete (Accounts for over 900 buildings)
    • Complete Visits
  • K-12 Recommendations / Implementation
    • Evaluation documents out to 75+ districts
    • Follow up meetings with districts ongoing
  • Backbone Deployment
    • Equipment on order for K12, Initial Higher Eds
    • Circuit orders in a short holding pattern
current network activities 3
Current Network Activities (3)
  • Network Deployment Activities
    • Working on Next Generation contract mechanisms
    • Completing portions of the Higher Ed backbone
    • Beginning deployment to K-12 and libraries
operating assumptions for k12
Operating Assumptions for K12
  • One connection per district funded by State
  • Some minimum internal network and technology standards
  • No grants to LEA’s for network components
  • Filtering and Firewall provided by State but locally managed
operating assumptions for k121
Operating Assumptions for K12
  • Good Relationships of towns, schools and libraries need to be maintained
  • Coordination of site survey data and initiatives with other State programs for K12
deployment
Deployment
  • Some districts, libraries and campuses this year
  • Large push to get to every district next year assuming legislative support
  • Some reliance on yet-to-be-approved USF application
connecticut education network

Connecticut Education Network

Robert P. Vietzke

Rob.Vietzke@uconn.edu

www.doit.state.ct.us/cen