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Technology Considerations for Reopening Your Campus
Technology department leaders across the country are playing an invaluable role in the reopening of their independent schools’ campuses. Whether planning for an in-person experience on the physical campus, a continued virtual delivery, or a hybrid approach, tech leaders are evaluating a wide-ranging set of questions and concerns. This session will explore a comprehensive list of considerations for tech leaders to evaluate, including how to manage and evaluate tools, how to reflect on what worked (and what didn’t) in the immediate aftermath of the pandemic shut-down, and how to keep your school’s community healthy as we emerge from the stay-at-home orders.

Jul 15, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jason Ramsden
Chief Information Officer @Ravenscroft School
Jason has been a part of building communities around independent school technology since 1997. He is co-author of Communicating and Connecting with Social Media, a guide to social media for school leaders and was named a Huffington Post Top 100 Most Social K-12 Tech Leader on Twitter in 2015. His recent TED-Style talk "Lead with Why: How EdTech Leaders Can Inspire Change" was presented at the Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools' inaugural TECHedADVIS Conference in October 2015. In addition to his work at the ATLIS board president, Jason has served as a member of NAIS' Innovation Task Force Advisory Council (2015-2017), a member of NAIS' 21st Century Curriculum/Technology Task Force (2009 - 2015), a SAIS/SACS Visiting Team Member (2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2010, 2008, 2006), founded NCAIS' Commission on Technology (2008), was a member of NCAIS' Technology Conference Planning Committee (2006 - 2011), and founded the TAIS Technology Directors Association (2005).
Tye Campbell
Director of Technology @Gilman School
Graduating from St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire, Tye Campbell spent the first ten years of his career in corporate IT, learning and implementing best practices and training end-users to become more productive and valued. He returned to the independent school world in 2013 to serve as Director of Technology at Far Hills Country Day School in New Jersey for three years, relocating in 2016 to become the Director of Technology at the Gilman School (MD). Tye also serves on the faculty of ATLIS’s Early Career and Aspiring Technology Directors Institute (ECATD).
Marsha Maxwell
Head of Technology and Innovation @Atlanta International School
Marsha Maxwell is a neuroscientist, teacher and technology specialist. With over twenty-three years of strategic, tactical and operational technology experience, Marsha creates innovative environments and applications that harness the power of new technology and neuroscience to enhance a teacher's reach, better engage students and foster a culture of innovation in an organization. Her work has been used in projects for institutions as varied as NASA and Sony. Her areas of specialization include data science, mixed reality, artificial intelligence, space exploration and machine learning. She holds a BS from Spelman College in Chemistry and an MS (Biology) and a PhD (Neuroscience) from the California Institute of Technology.