This podcast is a recording of a session presented by Meghen Ehrich and Sharon Tompson, school technology support staff members from Prince George’s County Public Schools in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. This session was shared on March 10, 2009, at the CoSN 2009 conference in Austin, Texas. The official conference program description for this session was:  Prince George’s County Public Schools decided in March 2008 to implement the Google Apps Suite. The panel will share their experiences on how they migrated 28,000 users from Microsoft Exchange to Gmail. Google is integrated into the network and users are provided with single sign-on access. It’s also a ubiquitous tool for staff to access their work from anywhere. In addition, the panel will discuss how they are providing 1000+cell phone users with options, how they are securing the environment, providing tools for e-discovery, and will identify future plans for integrating Google Apps with a LMS to create a low cost anytime, anywhere learning environment for all staff and students.

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Show Notes:

  1. PGCPS Has Been Googlized (Google Presentation links for this session)
  2. Prince George’s County Public Schools in Upper Marboro, Maryland
  3. Google Apps for Education
  4. Google for Educators
  5. The Infinite Thinking Machine
  6. Google Teacher Academy
  7. The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)
  8. The CoSN 2009 Conference

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