Join us for the first annual Midwest Google Apps for Education Summit. This two day event will focus on deploying, integrating and using Google Apps for Education to promote student learning and achievement. Send your teachers, administrators, tech directors, library media specialists, tech support staff, integration specialists and anyone who is interested in finding out more about Google Apps for Education.
We will have energetic, engaging and knowledgable presenters who are Google Certified Teachers, Google Apps for Education Certified Teachers, administrators, trainers and some of the Google Apps for Education Team.Midwest Google Summit Site
The Week 1 Wisconsin webinar, "Google Apps for IT Admin: Getting Started", was not recorded due to technical difficulties. However, Eric Edens from Google Apps for Education sent the following link to an archived session with very similar content.
The link to Week 2's webinar will be posted soon.
The Wisconsin CESAs and the Google Apps for Education team present a series of free Wednesday webinars for Wisconsin districts. Each webinar will be one hour in length with time reserved for Q & A at the end. Pre-registration for each webinar is required. Click here for webinar dates, titles, and descriptions as well as the link to registration.
The Google Apps for Education Consent Form and Contract Agreement for Wisconsin is now available for review. Google Apps normally requires a contract, but the DPI invested time to resolve potential contract issues at the state level so that any public, PK-12 educational institution can use Google Apps via a simple consent form. Wisconsin PK-12 educational institutions that are interested may review the agreement and sign and complete the consent form in order to join the Wisconsin DPI contract with Google for Google Apps for Education. For more information, visit our Deployment Resources or the Wisconsin DPI Google Apps page.
The Department of Public Instruction recently announced that the
State of Wisconsin has entered into an agreement to provide all PK-12 schools,
districts, and other public education agencies across the state with free
access to Google Apps for Education, a free suite of software that will help schools
free up funding and staff time and increase the use of collaboration and
technology in education. To use
the applications, schools only need to sign a half-page consent form. See the attached documents for additional information.