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
Universal Locker Training Rick Beach Classroom of the Future Foundation
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
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)
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!
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
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 …
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
Student Perspective • Login required: usernames and passwords • Test student accounts: • tstudent1, tstudent2, …, tstudent9 • passwords are all “changeme” • Profiles and Home folders • Class folders
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?
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
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
Teacher Perspective • Same login procedures • Same Profile and Home views • Different capabilities to share info in Classes Folders
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
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
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
Fourth Teacher Task:Pretend to be your student • Now login as your test student • What you can see?
BVHS Reality • Teacher logins • Student logins • Class folders for World Geography for each section by teacher
Brainstorm • How to introduce Universal Locker? • What info to place in Class folders? • What assignments to give?
Mounting your locker • Using the Mac OS X Finder
Mounting your locker • Universal Locker Connect
Mounting your locker • Mac OS 9 (Goliath)
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
Mounting your locker • Using your browser (yes, this isn’t really mounting your locker, but it is one way of accessing your locker)