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Counted Chromebooks and Inventoried iPads: How to Track District Equipment Using Software You Already Have
Do your students use Chromebooks, iPads, or other school equipment purchased with district or school funds? Would you like to be able to easily track who has that equipment-or who had it last? Would you like to quickly see what equipment is due for maintenance? And would you like to do that without investing in new tracking software?
Then join the next Learn With INFOhio webinar to find out how Nick Rider, Tech Coordinator from Carey Local Schools, is tracking Chromebooks the district lends to students by using the INFOhio Integrated Library System (ILS), software the district is already using to track library resources. Then, Sue Ricker, Elementary/High School Media Clerk from Columbus Grove, will show you how to bring the library to the classroom using mobile circulation. Mobile circulation lets you check out books and equipment from anywhere in the school using a mobile phone.
From both these experts, you'll learn how to maximize your ILS and provide accountability and data for school stakeholders.
About the PresentersSue Ricker, Elementary/High School Media Clerk, Columbus Grove Local SchoolsNick Rider, Tech Coordinator, Carey Local Schools
I have been a technology coordinator for schools districts for 7 years now. I started out in computer science, then got my teaching degree and became a classroom teacher, and then moved into a technology coordinator role. I have been with Carey Schools for 3 years now and we just last week have moved into a brand new K-12 campus. We are 1:1 with Chromebooks in grades 2-12 and 6-12 take them home daily. In my free time, which is hard to come by, I enjoy the outdoors, backpacking and canoeing.