Duration: 60 minutes
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Transform student assessment and business operations with cost-effective campus management systems.
Campus Management System technologies are dramatically shifting student assessment and the business operations of schools, providing administrators and teachers with powerful information. Data no longer sits as cold facts for too late reflection on ‘what went wrong.’ Instead, leaders are empowered to make informed decisions with just-in-time intervention. In this webinar you will hear how robust campus management systems are within your reach – even on a tight budget.
John Halpin, Vice President of SLED Strategy and Programs, Center for Digital Education.
Tom Danford, CIO of the Tennessee Board of Regents
Thomas Danford has over 20 years experience with campus ERP systems, data warehousing, reporting, and business intelligence projects. He has worked with a wide variety of ERP vendors, hardware system platforms, operating systems, and administrative applications covering software system selections, 20+ implementations, and numerous upgrades.
John Alawneh, Executive Director of Technology Operations, Plano, TX ISD
John Alawneh is the Executive Director of Technology Operations for Plano ISD. His main focus is developing and implementing the overall IT strategy that aligns IT Infrastructure & Operations with the enterprise goals and objectives. His background includes ERP development and implementations for integrated student information systems, financial management, human capital management and BI and business performance management. He has 20 years of IT experience, including leadership roles in operations, technical support, desktop management, applications development, enterprise architecture, and IT strategy development. John has a PhD in Computer Engineering and an MBA in Operational Management.
Jeff McCoy, Director, Instructional Technology, Greenville, SC County Schools
Jeff McCoy is the Director of Instructional Technology for Greenvile County Schools in Greenville, South Carolina. Previously, Jeff was a classroom teacher and served as the district Distance Learning Coordinator. Jeff supervises Instructional Technology, Media Services, Student Information systems, Virtual School and Distance Learning in his current role. He also teaches education majors at Presbyterian College and is an independent education technology consultant.