Yesterday, I began migrating to the cloud. Now that my data exists in the cloud, I can use the power of the cloud to access my information either via a browser, or hypothetically via a smartphone which I do not yet own, or via Microsoft Outlook. It enables me to use the power of the various tools in the most effective way, hopefully making me better able to manage all of the projects and tasks. By still using Microsoft Outlook, I am able to: Use the task manager, which is currently more powerful than Google’s offering Have the ability to […]
We have been migrating to Google Apps for Education over the past few months. At this point, we have successfully set up all of our accounts, begun professional development for those who are new to the interface, and have been migrating a great number of our users from Outlook to Google Apps. This is a very exciting time. As normal, I usually spend most of my time assisting others and not taking care of my own computing needs. So today, I began my personal migration to fully embrace the cloud and move my data. I am first using Google’s email […]
While this may be old news to most people, the K12 Online Conference Convieners have announced that its 2009 Conference will be Bridging the Divide. Once again, there will be four strands. They will be Getting Started Week in the Classroom Kicking it Up A Notch Leading the Change Submissions for conference sessions will be kicked off next week to coincide with the NECC conference.