Panel: How IT Leaders in Education are Preparing for Numerous Possibilities

Presented by

Jon Hauser, University of Washington School of Social Work and Elaine Low, Rankin Country School District

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As plans begin to formalize for the classroom in 2020, IT leaders in education must prepare for fluid possibilities, ranging from all students at home to all students in the classroom, and everything in between. In many cases, a return to “normalcy” remains unlikely, which means technology will play a critical role for schools and universities. Join this panel discussion as Jon Hauser (IT Director, University of Washington School of Social Work) and Elaine Low (Technology Support Specialist at Rankin County School District) discuss preparations that universities and K-12 schools are making for the fall, including: - How to apply lessons learned from the shift to virtual classrooms in the spring - Possible remote learning structures and how IT can support - Changes and new technology tools that can solve challenges - How the IT service desk has adapted to changing needs

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