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  • Planning ICT

  • School ICT Supplementary Grant

    ICT is as a key component of school planning in OneSchool. Schools receive an ICT Supplementary Grant to support them with the development and maintenance of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in schools.

  • Supporting ICT

  • Regional technology managers

    Regional technology managers provide leadership, integrated governance and support in implementing and using ICT resources and eLearning strategies.

  • Using ICT

  • Computers for Teachers

    The Computers for Teachers program provides laptop computers for all Queensland state school and TAFE teachers who work more than two days per week.

  • Managed Internet Service

    The Managed Internet Service (MIS) provides school staff and students with a range of services including, content-filtered Internet access, website hosting and secure storage of information online.

  • OnePortal

    OnePortal is the department's own intranet solution and offers all staff seamless access to all internal information and resources.

  • OneSchool

    OneSchool is a school-driven initiative focused on the design and deployment of web-based, comprehensive, flexible, sustainable and integrated information management system that provides a single-point-of-truth about students, teaching, schools, the curriculum, performance and financials.

  • Web and Internet Access Service

    Web and Internet Access Service contributions are nominal payments made by schools and centres for the use and maintenance of their internet service.

  • The Learning Place

    The Learning Place provides staff and students with safe and secure access to an innovative range of digital tools, resources and spaces for teaching and learning, collaboration and networking.

  • Other resources

  • Ergonomic advice for students using ICT in the home learning environment

    This ergonomic advice has been developed for consideration by parents and carers to support the effective and safe use of information and communication technologies in the home learning environment.

  • eWaste

    Schools are encouraged to form partnerships with electronic waste organisations in their local areas to recycle or dispose of computer equipment.

  • History of technology (Connecting the dots)

    This timeline identifies the instances in which technology has changed the world we live in and gone on to shape Queensland state school classrooms.

  • Library Services

    The Library Services team offers advice on the business of libraries, as well as library design and contemporary learning spaces.

  • Managing internet connection speeds

    Principals can monitor staff and student access to websites through a series of reports available through the MIS portal. These reports reveal the top sites visited by staff and students, the top 10 downloaders at each school each week.

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Last reviewed
23 July 2018
Last updated
30 July 2018
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