The U.S. education system has never experienced a challenge like COVID-19, and it is fundamentally altering students’ and staffs’ access to edtech. School districts across the country have turned to their cloud-based learning resources to continue learning.

With so many students and staff remaining behind their own front doors, what is your district’s plan for changing access needs?

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Cleaning up resource request processes during remote learning

Thankfully, the rate of cloud migration over the past decade has led to the development of numerous edtech and remote resources that can be accessed from home to prevent students from falling behind. However, the siloed nature of cloud-hosted resources complicates IT environments and account provisioning.

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About the Author:

John Wilkinson is a technical writer for Tools4ever. Seeking out stories reflecting structures around us, he is passionate for abstract and physical (de)construction. When not sweating over a red-hot keyboard, John does his best to split time between Hurling, photography, the outdoors, wrenching, playlist-crafting, enforcing the Oxford comma, sleep deprivation, and this week’s rabbit hole.


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