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Monday, September 19
 

8:00am EDT

Future Ready: What does it mean to you?
Has your Superintendent signed the Future Ready Pledge? Thousands of Superintendents across our nation have signed the pledge including many from Florida! Attend this session to learn about Future Ready resources available to everyone, regardless of if their Superintendent has signed the pledge or not! Learn the value of participating in this White House ConnectED initiative to support personal learning. Joining Beth Pocius virtually is Tom Murray, state and district digital learning policy and advocacy director for the Alliance for Excellent Education. Future Ready Schools is a Project of the Alliance for Excellent Education, working in partnership with the US Department of Education and a vast coalition of over 50 national and regional partners. Follow us on Twitter @bpocius and @tomascmurray #futureready!  We look forward to learning with you and connecting!

http://futureready.org/
 

Speakers
avatar for Beth Pocius

Beth Pocius

Manager- Digital and Blended Learning, Seminole County Public Schools



Monday September 19, 2016 8:00am - 8:45am EDT
Coquina G & H 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118

9:00am EDT

Digging Deeper Into FL CODE/Ed-Fi
The mission of Florida CODE is to provide a modern data infrastructure to greatly simplify the integration and use of education data at all levels (district, school and classroom). The Florida Collaborative on Operational Data for Educators (CODE) was founded to make multiple sources of attendance, discipline, grades, and assessment data available for all educators in one location. Each district within Florida CODE is provided with modified versions of the Ed-Fi operational data store and dashboards that have been customized to store and report Florida  data. The system is based upon the widely adopted CEDS-aligned ED-Fi data Standard. Technology components of the Ed-Fi implementation Suite build from the Data Standard and incorporate community input and field-tested solutions to provide technology that is already developed and freely available to the ed tech sector. This enables education agencies to connect and maintain secure data systems more easily and cost effectively. This session will provide a technical overview for the interchanges and processes that are used to populate the operational data store, data warehouse, and dashboards.

Speakers

Monday September 19, 2016 9:00am - 9:45am EDT
Coquina B 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118

10:15am EDT

Future Ready: How are we ensuring the data privacy and security that we need?
Join your peers in a round table discussion on data privacy and security in the context of the Future Ready Framework. Please add any resources or questions to our document that we will use to guide our discussion.

Speakers
avatar for Tom Ingram

Tom Ingram

Director of Information Technology, School District of Escambia County
Tom Ingram is an educational technology leader from Pensacola, Florida. He has experience using technology as a classroom teacher, technology professional developer, and an educational administrator. He is currently the Director of Information Technology for The School District of... Read More →


Monday September 19, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am EDT
Coquina C 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118

11:15am EDT

An In-Depth Demo of the Focus ERP HR/Payroll System
The Focus HR/Payroll system provides a district with a robust set of modules for building budgets through position control, employee on boarding from applicant tracking, managing employee career changes and benefits, providing a robust payroll system for handling the countless different ways that an employee is paid, state reporting, etc. The system also is completely integrated with the FOCUS Finance and FOCUS Student systems.



Monday September 19, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm EDT
Coquina G & H 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118
 
Tuesday, September 20
 

9:00am EDT

Building Security into Contractual Agreements: Bid Specs, SLAs, MOUs

In this seminar we will explore the procurement process focusing on some of the security related considerations that should be written into the RFP process as well as within Service Level Agreements and Memorandum’s of Understanding. During the morning we will talk about:

  • How regulations and industry requirements regarding data security and privacy are changing the way contractual arrangements are documented 
  • The need to set expectations for security and monitoring at the RFP stage
  • The need for data related receptacle agreements
  • How data ownership and custody should be declared and documented in a SLA or MOU
  • Sources to aid organizations in building contractual documentation from EDUCAUSE and others

At the end of today’s session, you should have a better understanding of how to build security into contractual agreements and some of the items to look for to assure effectiveness of these agreements.

Note: This is a facilitated session on the procurement process. During the presentation, small teams will review a mock RFP for an LMS System, an Onboarding Due Care Review Checklist and a sample SLA & SLA Performance Checklist. As teams and as a group we will discuss the quality and shortcomings of these documents.

Speakers
avatar for Shawna Flanders, CISM, CRISC, national ISACA trainer

Shawna Flanders, CISM, CRISC, national ISACA trainer

President and Chief Technical Consultant and Trainer, Business - Technology Guidance Associates. LLC
Over 30 years of experience in technology including including technology related : Information Security Incident Response Telecommunications Risk Management Audit Vendor Management Data and Information Governance and Privacy Business Resiliency (BCP/DR) Project and Program Management... Read More →



Tuesday September 20, 2016 9:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Coquina C 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118

11:15am EDT

Addressing Audit Criticism

Please note that this is the last 45 minutes of the 3 hour session on Building Security into Contractual Agreements: Bid Specs, SLAs, MOUs. The speaker sharing insights on dealing with auditors and answering questions related to addressing audit findings. A description of the full session is below.

In this seminar we will explore the procurement process focusing on some of the security related considerations that should be written into the RFP process as well as within Service Level Agreements and Memorandum’s of Understanding. During the morning we will talk about:

  • How regulations and industry requirements regarding data security and privacy are changing the way contractual arrangements are documented 
  • The need to set expectations for security and monitoring at the RFP stage
  • The need for data related receptacle agreements
  • How data ownership and custody should be declared and documented in a SLA or MOU
  • Sources to aid organizations in building contractual documentation from EDUCAUSE and others

At the end of today’s session, you should have a better understanding of how to build security into contractual agreements and some of the items to look for to assure effectiveness of these agreements.

Note: This is a facilitated session on the procurement process. During the presentation, small teams will review a mock RFP for an LMS System, an Onboarding Due Care Review Checklist and a sample SLA & SLA Performance Checklist. As teams and as a group we will discuss the quality and shortcomings of these documents.

Speakers
avatar for Shawna Flanders, CISM, CRISC, national ISACA trainer

Shawna Flanders, CISM, CRISC, national ISACA trainer

President and Chief Technical Consultant and Trainer, Business - Technology Guidance Associates. LLC
Over 30 years of experience in technology including including technology related : Information Security Incident Response Telecommunications Risk Management Audit Vendor Management Data and Information Governance and Privacy Business Resiliency (BCP/DR) Project and Program Management... Read More →


Tuesday September 20, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm EDT
Coquina C 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118
 
Wednesday, September 21
 

11:15am EDT

DQ2

The Florida Department of Education is working to develop a server-based system that will allow school districts to, as an option, submit their survey data files (for all surveys) to a data quality program (DQ2) that will run all data checks (reject edits, validation edits, and exception edits) and provide both error report files and an online interface for users to review any data errors. This data quality check system may be used prior to submitting data files to Northwest Regional Data Center. This presentation will provide a system demonstration, an overview of the schedule for testing and availability to school districts, and answer questions related to the DQ2 project. 


Speakers
avatar for Todd Clark

Todd Clark

Bureau Chief, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education


Wednesday September 21, 2016 11:15am - 12:00pm EDT
Coquina G & H 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118