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Wed 29th Oct
8:30 am
12:30 pm
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Participants will be introduced to the State Longitudinal Data System. Topics will include navigating the system, use of key reports, and practical tips for utilizing data.

Room PD 350 - The Loft
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Woodrow Wilson Alt High School, Fargo
Wed 29th Oct
8:30 am
12:30 pm
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K12 Identity Management: Learn how to use EduTech's new administrative tools to manage the identity of K12 users, request manual accounts, deal with duplicate users, and use self-service password reset functions. Identify steps to transition from @sendit services to Office 365 and North Dakota's K12 Identity Management project.
Internet Filtering: Be introduced to iBoss filter Controls available to K12 districts.

Important Note: In order for you to leave the workshop with all non-licensed staff correctly entered into Active Directory, you will need to follow the directions we will send to you after you have registered.

Location:
Henry Biesiot Activities Center
Dickinson State University
398 State Ave
Dickinson ND 58601
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Wed 29th Oct
8:30 am
4:30 pm
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The emphasis of this working session will be to explain the process and assist you in the completion of course code mapping for your district. The process will include; verifying all courses, current and past, have state course codes associated to them and running the function to back fill all historical grades with the correct state course code.
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Leidal Education Center, West Fargo
Thu 30th Oct
8:30 am
12:30 pm
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K12 Identity Management: Learn how to use EduTech's new administrative tools to manage the identity of K12 users, request manual accounts, deal with duplicate users, and use self-service password reset functions. Identify steps to transition from @sendit services to Office 365 and North Dakota's K12 Identity Management project.
Internet Filtering: Be introduced to iBoss filter Controls available to K12 districts.

Important Note: In order for you to leave the workshop with all non-licensed staff correctly entered into Active Directory, you will need to follow the directions we will send to you after you have registered.

Location:
DHS North (Dept of Human Service)
Old Home Depot Building
3451 North 14th St
Bismarck ND 58501
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Fri 31st Oct
8:30 am
12:30 pm
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K12 Identity Management: Learn how to use EduTech's new administrative tools to manage the identity of K12 users, request manual accounts, deal with duplicate users, and use self-service password reset functions. Identify steps to transition from @sendit services to Office 365 and North Dakota's K12 Identity Management project.
Internet Filtering: Be introduced to iBoss filter Controls available to K12 districts.

Important Note: In order for you to leave the workshop with all non-licensed staff correctly entered into Active Directory, you will need to follow the directions we will send to you after you have registered.

Location:
EduTech
Regional Technology Center
615 Winter Show Road
Valley City ND 58072
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EduTech, Valley City
Sat 1st Nov
4:00 pm
7:00 am
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EduTech has designed this 16 hour course specifically for ND librarians. Once you have completed the requirements, you will be eligible to register for one LMIS 700 graduate credit. Shortly after the start date of this course, you will receive an e-mail from EduTech with specific information. There is an additional $50.00 fee for the credit payable to VCSU at that time.

This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Sat 1st Nov
4:00 pm
7:00 am
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This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Tue 4th Nov
9:00 am
2:00 pm
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Because of the new E-rate modernization all E-rate coordinators are encouraged to attend.
There have been many significant changes to e-rate for 2015 and beyond. Come and find out how these changes will affect your district. You will be able to complete your Form 470 at the session.

PAYMENT INFORMATION:
$50.00 per person.

Mail a check or money order (credit/debit cards not accepted at this time) to the address below. On the check's memo line, include your name, workshop title and date.

EduTech, a Division of ITD
4201 Normandy St
Bismarck ND 58503-1324
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Kindred Public School, Kindred
Wed 5th Nov
9:00 am
1:00 pm
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Because of the new E-rate modernization all E-rate coordinators are encouraged to attend.
There have been many significant changes to e-rate for 2015 and beyond. Come and find out how these changes will affect your district.
You will be able to complete your Form 470 at the session.

PAYMENT INFORMATION:
$50.00 per person.

Mail a check or money order (credit/debit cards not accepted at this time) to the address below. On the check's memo line, include your name, workshop title and date.

EduTech, a Division of ITD
4201 Normandy St
Bismarck ND 58503-1324
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Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro
Thu 6th Nov
9:00 am
1:00 pm
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As PowerSchool becomes the main source of data for other software applications (NWEA, Viewpoint, SLDS, STARS) it is even more important to make sure the data in PowerSchool is accurate as possible.
Learn some tips and tricks to keeping PowerSchool data clean, learn how to run reports to help identify data which needs to be fixed, and how to clean the dirty data.
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EduTech, Valley City
Mon 1st Dec
4:00 pm
8:00 am
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EduTech has designed this 16 hour course specifically for ND librarians. Once you have completed the requirements, you will be eligible to register for one LMIS 700 graduate credit. Shortly after the start date of this course, you will receive an e-mail from EduTech with specific information. There is an additional $50.00 fee for the credit payable to VCSU at that time.

This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Mon 1st Dec
4:00 pm
8:00 am
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This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Thu 1st Jan
4:00 pm
8:00 am
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This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Statewide, Statewide
Thu 1st Jan
4:00 pm
8:00 am
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EduTech has designed this 16 hour course specifically for ND librarians. Once you have completed the requirements, you will be eligible to register for one LMIS 700 graduate credit. Shortly after the start date of this course, you will receive an e-mail from EduTech with specific information. There is an additional $50.00 fee for the credit payable to VCSU at that time.

This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Thu 8th Jan
8:30 am
4:30 pm
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This is for schools doing a Load or a Build. The scenario will be created, new courses added, teachers and students activated for scheduling, and registration screens will be transitioned from the previous scheduling year into the new school year.

Who should attend?
Any school or individual that has attended this workshop in the past and has little or no changes to the registration screens.
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Leidal Education Center, West Fargo

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