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Monday, August 21, 2017

SIG Technology Coordinators


SIGTC is the MACUL Special Interest Group for all educators in technology leadership roles.  This includes district, school and classroom Curriculum & Technology Leaders. All educators concerned with the effective use of technology are invited to participate. SIGTC has addressed a variety of issues over the years. It has focused on technology-based professional development, integrating technology into the curriculum, technology planning and budgeting, trends in developing technologies and technology leadership certification.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Immersion Day materials

  1. Intro to Cloud & EC2 (pdf)
  2. Storage on AWS (pdf)
  3. Networking in AWS (pdf)
  4. ID Security (pdf)
  5. Databases on AWS (pdf)

PAST Events

Professional Learning Opportunity:
AWS Immersion Day!

MACUL’s SIGTC (Special Interest Group for Technology Coordinators), partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS), would like to invite you to an upcoming Immersion Day!

If you’re interested in this free Immersion Day experience, please register online today (lunch is provided):

Berrien RESA – Tuesday, May 23rdRegister Now
MACUL Office
– Wednesday, May 24thRegister Now
Monroe ISD – Thursday, May 25thRegister Now

What is an Immersion Day?

An Immersion Day is a free AWS experience delivered by solutions architects and account managers.

An AWS Immersion Day is a full day session which will familiarize both technical and business staff about AWS. They’ll discuss the benefits of cloud and AWS in particular, services available on the AWS platform, and common use cases. Each session of 10-25 individuals consists of a combination of presentations and hands-on lab activities.

Benefits of an Immersion Day

For districts, an Immersion Day allows hands-on-time with AWS services, and Solution Architect guidance for their particular use cases. By the end of the session, participants will have seen common cloud use cases in action, and know where to go in order to learn more.

Michigan Virtual Technology Roundtable: April 20, 2017

Following a similar roundtable session held at the MAEDS Fall Conference, Peter Logli, Education Program Manager, will facilitate via Google Meet/Hangout a conversation with Michigan G Suite administrators on April 20, 2017 at Noon.  The tentative agenda follows:


• Introductions and Kickoff
• Format and Future Schedule
• Unique Challenges in Michigan
• How can GAM and other tools help alleviate these challenges?
       o Jay Lee, Google for Edu

If you’re interested in this free professional learning opportunity, please complete the online survey:  http://tinyurl.com/migoogle-roundtable

MAEDS, Google For Education, and SIG TC MACUL