Learning Series for Educators

No-Cost Webinar Series on Cloud Computing and Remote Learning Strategies

August 19 - September 30, 2020

AWS Educate

AWS Educate Webinars for Educators

AWS Educate is offering a series of online webinars to help educators continue to build cloud skills during this time of school closings. Starting August 19 - September 30, we dive into Cloud Computing and Remote Instruction topics ranging from beginner to advanced levels. The Cloud Computing strand includes a look into AWS Educate, AWS services and best practices, and cloud skills integration into courses. The Remote Instruction strand offers techniques for virtual instruction, content delivery, and student communications. Each webinar will be available on-demand.

Start Here: Webinar Series Overview Video

Please take five minutes to watch an overview video about the types of sessions offered and how to navigate through them. This video covers:

  • An overview of the on-demand Professional Learning Series for Educators, Workshops from Home, and Live Educator Roundtable Webinars
  • Instructions on how to navigate on-demand sessions
  • Differences between the Cloud Computing and Remote Instruction topic areas
  • A definition of the expertise levels within each topic area
  • Additional details on how to access the on-demand Professional Learning Series for Educators
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Live Webinar Schedule

August 19, 2020

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100 Level Cloud Computing

This webinar will focus on the 100 Level session topics in the Cloud Computing strand of the AWS Educate learning series. Attendees new to the topic will learn an overview of Cloud Computing and AWS Educate program features.

DATE: August 19, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

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August 20, 2020

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100 Level Remote Instruction

This webinar will focus on the 100 Level session topics in the Remote Instruction strand of the AWS Educate learning series. Attendees new to the topic will learn an overview of remote instruction techniques.

DATE: August 20, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

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September 2, 2020

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200 Level Cloud Computing

This webinar will focus on 200 Level session topics in the Cloud Computing strand of the AWS Educate learning series. Attendees with an introductory knowledge of cloud computing will learn best practices, details of service features, and receive a demo of the cloud in action.

DATE: September 2, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

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September 3, 2020

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200 Level Remote Instruction

This webinar will focus on 200 Level session topics in the Remote Instruction strand of the AWS Educate learning series. Attendees with an introductory knowledge of remote instruction will learn content delivery and student communication best practices. 

DATE: September 3, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

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September 29, 2020

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300 Level Cloud Computing

This webinar will focus on 300 Level session topics in the Cloud Computing strand of the AWS Educate learning series. Attendees with knowledge on the topic will take a deeper dive into the implementation of cloud services and how it can be used in the classroom.  

DATE: September 29, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

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September 30, 2020

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300 Level Remote Instruction

This webinar will focus on 300 Level session topics in the Remote Instruction strand of the AWS Educate learning series. Attendees with knowledge on the topic will learn advanced strategies and techniques for teaching virtually.

DATE: September 30, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)

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On Demand Webinars

Morgan Nixon

Online Engagement Strategies for English Language Learners

With the shift to online education, the following questions remain:

• "How is the online learning experience different for English learners?"
• "How can I teach English learners online?"
• "How can I effectively support English learners in online classes?"

Online Engagement Strategies for English Language Learners is a learning experience in which global educators can understand the unique characteristics of distance learning for English learners (ELs). Through this lens, we will explore effective and practical strategies that educators can implement to support ELs in online learning environments.

Speaker: Morgan Nixon, Instructional Designer, Online Course Developer for TESOL International Association


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Michael Soltys

Teaching Online: Ten Suggestions for Success

As you shift from traditional instruction to online instruction, learn the things you should consider and actions you should to take for a successful transition. Don’t think of this move to online teaching as a one-off. Think of it as an opportunity to build an online offering that can serve your department and students for years.

Speaker: Michael Soltys, Chair of Computer Science, Information Technology and Mechatronics Engineering, California State University Channel Islands (CSUCI)

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Garry Smolyansky

Teaching Online for Beginners

Teaching virtually can be a daunting challenge for even the most seasoned educator. In this session, we will breakdown the challenge by addressing online learning using the TPACK (Technical, Pedagogical, and Content Knowledge) framework. You will learn about:

  • Tools to communicate and collaborate (Technical Knowledge)
  • Instructional best practices (Pedagogical Knowledge)
  • Content creation and curation (Content Knowledge)

Speaker: Garry Smolyansky, Professional Learning Coach and Professor, Seneca College

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Noah Gift

Develop an Asynchronous Remote-First Infrastructure for Your Class

Learn to use proven remote-first strategies and easily integrate them into your existing class. One of the downsides of the traditional lecture-based approach is that the teacher is the main source of learning. In a flipped classroom, the students lead weekly discussions that they share in a graded, electronic forum. The discussion then becomes a central focus of the learning as they share effective technical communication through various methods.

Speaker: Noah Gift, Founder, Pragmatic AI Labs

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David Joyner

Safe, Familiar, and Student-Centric: An Emergency Guide to Remote Teaching for Novices

In this webinar, novice remote instructors will take a crash course to get ready to teach online for the first time. The presentation assumes that instructors needing to make a rapid transition should follow three guiding principles:

  1. Minimize the risk of high-profile failures.
  2. Stick to as many familiar tools as possible.
  3. Err on the side of making things more convenient for students wherever possible.

The guide also takes new instructors through the three areas of online delivery: delivering content, delivering assessment, and delivering the classroom.

Speaker: David Joyner, Executive Director, Georgia Tech's Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) program

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Robert C. Schanke

Labs in the Cloud: Tips on Moving Classroom Labs Online

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how AWS can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. Topics will include what the cloud is, what virtualization is, the need for virtualization, how Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet, using Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs, and the benefits of a virtualized lab environment.

The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

Speaker: Robert C. Schanke, MBA, PhD, Associate Professor, Computer Information Systems HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Amaurys Valdez

Remote Learning Strategies for K12

During this webinar, we will discuss best practices for transitioning from traditional classroom instruction to remote learning. Together, we will cover tips for creating videos, lesson planning, and, most importantly, keeping your students engaged.

Speaker: Amaurys Valdez, Network Engineer and Cybersecurity Instructor, Queens Technical High School


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Perry Beaumont

Remote Learning Opportunities with Data Science

You're invited to explore the topic of data science, and hear specific ideas for directed online projects that promote engaging and meaningful remote learning experiences. Presented by Perry Beaumont, PhD, Columbia University Lecturer and Head of data science at Distinguished Programs, a mix of foundational and practical knowledge is uniquely shared.

Speaker: Perry Beaumont, PhD, Head of Data Science and Actuary, Distinguished Programs


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Dave Braunschweig

Best Practices for Online Grading and Assessment

Online learning doesn’t just change how we approach content delivery and how students engage in learning. To be effective, we also have to adapt our approach to assessment. In this webinar, you will consider a variety of best practices for online grading and assessment, including:

  • Online activities and assessment techniques
  • Individual assignments and team projects
  • Formative assessments and summative assessments

Speaker: Dave Braunschweig, Professor of Computer Information Systems, Harper College


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Doug Bergman

Project-Based, Interactive Learning in Virtual Education for K12

Project-based learning works great in person, as well as online both synchronously and asynchronously. Hands-on, student-led experiences make even more sense now that we are all virtual. Instead of passively watching as the learning passes by, they can be busy creating something. Learn to blend relevance, content, the real world, and active learning into your classes.

Speaker: Doug Bergman, Computer Science Department Chair and Upper School Teacher, PorterGaud School


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Brian G. Burton

Tips and Tricks for the Gamification of Your Class

Gamification is the process of adding game elements to a class to better engage your students. Learn from game design processes and proven gamification techniques. Discover actionable steps for implementing a variety of gamification techniques to further engage your students both in online learning and traditional face-to-face classes.

Speaker: Brian G. Burton, EdD, Professor, Researcher, Author, Speaker, Trainer


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Lodge McCammon

Online Instructional Strategies That Just Plain Work

During this unique and engaging webinar, Dr. Lodge McCammon will share some strategies that are just plain working in online classrooms at Wake Tech Community College. We will be looking closely at methods that help students prepare for online learning as well as media creation techniques that can help instructors enhance their presence. Throughout the presentation, you will hear from a variety of instructors and students while Dr. Lodge models an active online learning environment. Be prepared to discuss, create, reflect, and share!

Speaker: Dr. Lodge McCammon, Instructional Designer, Keynote Speaker, Author


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Gaurav Malik

Transitioning from Face to Face Teaching to Online Teaching

Gaurav will share lessons learned in making the transition for a large cohort of students to online teaching. We will look at best practices, how to leverage online in your teaching, and getting institutional support and help from fellow educators.

Speaker: Gaurav Malik, Senior Lecturer in Computer Science and Informatics, University of East London

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Donna DeMarco

Getting Started with Video: Creating Videos Your Students Will Watch

In today’s world, there is a proliferation of videos that students watch on a daily basis, from YouTube to SnapChat to Instagram and more. Students do not expect our videos to be professionally produced, but they do expect them to be short and on point. This webinar provides tips and best practices for recording videos using your laptop or home computer. These tips focus on recording yourself as well as how to set up, record, and post your video lessons.

Speaker: Donna DeMarco, Computer Science and Information Technology Professor, Kutztown University


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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SherryCrofut

Transitioning to Online Learning

Are you just getting started with online instruction and looking for best practices? Join us for this session to break down the basics of shifting to remote instruction. Hear examples of how educators have made this transition and see where you can tap into these great ideas and resources from educators around the world.

Speaker: Sherry Crofut, Education Consultant, Classroom Instructor, 2007 recipient of the Milken Award


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Susan Fenton

Application of Academic Integrity Policies in an Online Environment

This session will describe best practices educational institutions can use to maintain academic integrity in an online learning environment. Topics covered will include: student identity verification, methods and tools needed for proctoring, monitoring a variety of assessment types, plagiarism prevention for assignments, training for faculty and students, technical support for technologies used, institutional processes/workflows and tools used for handling noncompliance, and, finally, lessons learned.

Speaker: Susan Fenton, PhD, RHIA, CPHI, FAHIMA, Associate Professor and the Associate Dean, Academic and Curricular Affairs, the University of Texas School of Biomedical Informatics


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Dave Braunschweig

Create Engaging Online Labs and Activities

Moving to online instruction opens up a whole world of opportunities for student engagement, collaboration, and innovation. In this webinar, we will examine two structured approaches to create engaging online labs and activities you can use immediately with your students. We will then apply these approaches to plan an activity based on open educational practices. We will review:

  • Absorb – Do – Connect
  • Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL)
  • Open Educational Practices

Speaker: Dave Braunschweig, Professor of Computer Information Systems, Harper College


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Dave Braunschweig

Counseling and Student Support Online with a Focus on Social and Emotional Learning

As classes move rapidly online, much of the discussion has naturally focused on teaching in the online environment. While this is understandable, it is also vitally important to address students’ social and emotional development and well-being during these times of challenge and uncertainty. In this session, we will explore the following questions:

  • What are the benefits and challenges of counseling students online?
  • What might counselors working in an online setting need to consider that differ from traditional brick and mortar school settings?
  • What types of lessons and activities can counselors and other educators offer online to enhance students’ social and emotional development?

While the focus of this session will be on middle and high school students at the secondary level, many of these practices may be adapted and/or translated to both elementary and higher education.

Speaker: Tracy Steele, PhD, Director of Student Support at Stanford Online High School


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Dave Braunschweig

Looking to Connect: Building Community and Fostering Sense of Belonging During Online Learning

This webinar will discuss opportunities and activities for schools to maintain their community and promote student sense of belonging in an online setting. As many schools continue with online instruction, they are looking for ways to maintain their student activities and provide online opportunities for students to gather together. This webinar will discuss the student life and community building activities used at Stanford Online High School, a synchronous online school for students in grades 7-12.

Speaker: Karina Momary, Director of Student Life and Community at Stanford Online High School


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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Jill West

Teachers Supporting K8 Families

In many ways, we’re reinventing the educational system moment by moment. We’re no longer operating in a contained classroom environment. We need more extensive techniques for guiding parents from a distance and for empowering our students to develop greater independence in their learning. To further optimize our efforts for student success, we as teaching professionals must re-evaluate our educational principles, priorities, and techniques:

  • What strategies can we adapt from industries who already rely heavily on remote contact? 
  • What insights can we incorporate from alternative approaches to education? 
  • What ideas can we share with each other to inform our adaptive strategies?

In this session we discuss relevant principles from learning science, productive adaptations to teaching techniques, and ideas for supporting students, parents, and our communities.

Speaker: Jill West, Educator, Author


This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.

This presentation will cover the basics of what the cloud is and how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be used to replicate classroom labs in an online environment. The focus of the presentation will be to introduce some ways in which AWS can be used to provide a classroom-based experience to students in an online environment. We will answer the following questions: - What is the cloud? - What is virtualization and what is the need for it? - How do Gen Z and younger students perceive the Internet? - How can you use Amazon EC2 instances to create virtual labs? - What are the benefits of a virtualized lab environment? The target audience for this presentation is educators who have special software or complex lab configuration in the classroom and are looking for ways to provide access to students in a virtual environment.
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