T4L News for ITD
Edition #3 - July 2013
eT4L Primary Schools
An estimated 98 per cent of migrations have now been completed. This means that the ICT environment for more than 1735 primary schools in NSW has now been migrated to the eT4L solution. All migrations within the project's scope are scheduled to be completed by mid August.
The new file permission retro-fits are also well underway with 90 per cent completed.
In preparation for the project's transition to BAU, a one-day Lessons Learned workshop was held last week with project leads, eT4L regional representatives and ITD personnel in attendance. Recommendations from the workshop are being finalised.
eT4L Secondary Schools
The pilot of the LAN Health Check Tool is in 11 secondary schools has been completed. The feedback from the schools is currently being be assessed before the LAN Health Check Tool will become available for use across all secondary schools from next month.
Next month, eT4L representatives will begin meeting with secondary schools before they register or 'opt-in' to migrate their ICT environment to the new server and services.
With the function specification completed, the project team is in the process of planning the release of software catalogue before the end of the year.
Work is continuing on development of the new ITD website. It is expected that the delivery of the front-end design will be completed by the end of next month.
T4L Computer Equipment Rollout
The project start-up phase has commenced.
The initial draft of the PID and project plan was developed this month.
Program Management Office (PMO)
Adobe Premier Elements 11
We are currently working with Adobe to correct a minor installation issue with Adobe Premiere Elements 11. Once the issue has been fixed, it will be placed in the Universal Desktop Management (UDM) for schools who have migrated to eT4L. It will also be available for regional technology advisors to access for all other schools.
ITD will be hosting a 'TeachMeet' on Web 2.0 tools and BYOD on Friday, 2 August 2013.
The two-hour event will kick-off at 4:30 pm in the Great Australian Bite on Level 8 with a series of quick presentations. Afterwards, participants can share experiences and further develop their professional learning networks by getting together for dinner at the Alex.
To learn more about this TeachMeet and register visit:
To learn more about the TeachMeet movement visit: http://tmsydney.wikispaces.com/