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Universal Locker Training. Rick Beach Classroom of the Future Foundation. Today’s Agenda. Introductions Universal Locker Project John Cross, West hills Using eBackpack / Universal Locker Rick Beach, Classroom of the Future Universal Locker how-to training Lunch

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    1. Universal Locker Training Rick Beach Classroom of the Future Foundation

    2. Today’s Agenda • Introductions • Universal Locker Project • John Cross, West hillsUsing eBackpack / Universal Locker • Rick Beach, Classroom of the FutureUniversal Locker how-to training • Lunch • Marcie Bober, SDSUTeaching with Universal Locker • You!Action Plan for Bonita Vista High School

    3. What is Universal Locker? • Shared storage for students and teachers • Accessible through secure web protocols • Both via web browser and • network “hard drive” via WEBDAV(not initially at Bonita Vista)

    4. What is Universal Locker? • Very general and adaptable service • We’ll concentrate on teacher-student uses • P.s. Product of Apple Computer that works with all web-accessible computers and operating systems!

    5. Bonita Vista High SchoolPilot Program • 8 teachers of 9th and 10th grade World Geography and World History & Culture • 1,000+ students in those classes • Server supplied and operated by SDCOE • Excess logins and capacity available to BVHSfor all 200+ teachers and selective classes

    6. BVHS Conventions • Teacher usernames are initial-lastname • graby, ehay, bcarter, …. • Student usernames are 6-digit student ids • 332048, 633509, … • Class folders are WorldGeog9-Period1, … • … and things can change if we need to …

    7. This Training • First, the student perspective • Login, access class folders, submit homework • Next, the teacher perspective • Preparing class materials • Managing class folders • Then, real BVHS classes and folders

    8. Student Perspective • Login required: usernames and passwords • Test student accounts: • tstudent1, tstudent2, …, tstudent9 • passwords are all “changeme” • Profiles and Home folders • Class folders

    9. Loginhttp://ulocker.sdcoe.net/

    10. Forgot My Password…

    11. Acceptable Use Policy

    12. Acceptable Use Policy

    13. Now Change Your Password

    14. Make Your Secret Question/Answer(in case you forgot your password)

    15. Your Profile

    16. First Student Task: Login • http://ulocker.sdcoe.net/ • login with username and password • Accept the BVHS Acceptable Use Policy • Change your password • Set your secret question/answer in case you forget your password • See your test student profile • Q: How much storage quota do you have?

    17. Second Student Task: Class Folder • Profile view shows your account info • Home view shows your folders • Find your class folder in Favorites • Worldly Wise Period 1 • Open Introduction PowerPoint file

    18. Third Student Task: Assignment in DropBox • Class folder has teacher info and DropBox • Students can’t upload to class folder, but can upload to DropBox folder • Open DropBox and upload your assignment! • You can’t see other student’s work

    19. Teacher Perspective • Same login procedures • Same Profile and Home views • Different capabilities to share info in Classes Folders

    20. First Teacher Task:Login • Same test logins for testing teacher functions • tteacher1, tteacher2, …, tteacher9 • passwords are “changeme” • Get to Profile view and click on Classes Folders tab • Probably nothing there

    21. Second Teacher Task:Create Class Folder • Enter class folder name (BVHS convention is WorldGeog9-Period1) • Click on Members and then Add Member… • Enter firstname “test” and select UserType of Student then click Find User • Click on student icon to add them, especially the test student you played with

    22. Third Teacher Task:Add Stuff to Class Folder • Get to Class Folder you just created • Click on Home, then Classes, then class folder • Create a PowerPoint file and upload it

    23. Fourth Teacher Task:Pretend to be your student • Now login as your test student • What you can see?

    24. BVHS Reality • Teacher logins • Student logins • Class folders for World Geography for each section by teacher

    25. BVHS Teacher Task:Check out your Classes

    26. Brainstorm • How to introduce Universal Locker? • What info to place in Class folders? • What assignments to give?

    27. Password

    28. Locations

    29. Group Membership

    30. Mounting your locker

    31. Mounting your locker • Using the Mac OS X Finder

    32. Using the Mac OS X Finder

    33. Using the Mac OS X Finder

    34. Using the Mac OS X Finder

    35. Using the Mac OS X Finder

    36. Mounting your locker • Universal Locker Connect

    37. Universal Locker Connect

    38. Universal Locker Connect

    39. Universal Locker Connect

    40. Universal Locker Connect

    41. Universal Locker Connect

    42. Universal Locker Connect

    43. Mounting your locker • Mac OS 9 (Goliath)

    44. Mounting your locker • Windows 98 • Windows 2000 My Computer --> Web Folders https://ulocker.domain/username My Network Places --> Tools --> Map Network Drive --> Web Folder or FTP Site https://ulocker.domain/username

    45. Mounting your locker • Using your browser (yes, this isn’t really mounting your locker, but it is one way of accessing your locker)

    46. Using the Web Applications

    47. Using the Web Applications

    48. Home Directory

    49. Inspector