Fortifying District IT: Overview
Kick off our summer IT webinar series with this brief video for an overview of how Scantron supports K-12 districts with a wide range of IT services and solutions.
Fortifying District IT: Device Strategies
July 9, 2020 • 2 PM Eastern
(1 PM Central, Noon Mountain, 11 AM Pacific)
The first two webinars in our Fortifying District IT series covered how to identify and set up a robust network baseline, then enhance it with cybersecurity policy and practice to ensure student privacy at home and on school grounds. In our final webinar in the series, we explore device acquisition and support strategies that help you control costs and ensure incoming devices integrate seamlessly into your robust and secure infrastructure. Join Scantron IT experts and learn how to enhance your IT device strategy
- Vern Kathol, VP Hardware & Print Service Solutions, Scantron Technology Solutions
Can’t join us live? Register anyway and you’ll receive a link to the recording.
Fortifying District IT: Infrastructure Strategies
If you’re like many districts, the current learn-from-home environment may have increased pressure on district and school IT infrastructure systems. Network and teacher or student devices may have been harder to monitor from your home office. You may have found demand exceeding the capacity of your servers and other network equipment. These issues can be frustrating, especially if you have a small IT team available. Join Scantron IT experts and learn how to enhance your IT infrastructure strategy.
- Dave Koopmans, Manager Solutions Engineering, Scantron Technology Solutions
Fortifying District IT: Cybersecurity Strategies
As we learned in Infrastructure Strategies, the first webinar in our Fortifying District IT series, effective network support and usage starts from a robust baseline. In our second webinar in the series, we examine expanding and enhancing that baseline to support a secure learn-from-home environment that protects student privacy even when students—and their district-owned devices—are not inside your network. Join Scantron IT experts and learn how to enhance your IT cybersecurity strategy.
- Arturo Romero, Senior Security Engineer, Scantron Technology Solutions
Get More From a Score
Hosted by NCEA
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You've Got Your Test Scores—Now What?
Co-presented with Classworks
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Test to Your Teaching: Assessment Blueprinting and Design
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Hearts and Heads Together: Assessing Knowledge of the Faith
This webinar is hosted by the National Catholic Educational Association.
Join the Archdiocese of Washington, DC, and Scantron curriculum and assessment experts to explore an approach to standards-based measurement of faith knowledge.