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Tony Cruttenden

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    I am currently Director of ICT at Melbourne Girls Grammar. All our girls from Year 5 upwards have their own notebook computer which they can connect to our network from every classroom in the school (we got rid of the last "lab" two years ago). All the machines used by the girls are PIII or faster. and we partner with Toshiba and Fujitsu. We run Novell 6.1, have 18 nodes and can connect a maximum of 1500 users at one time. We have a 10Mbs internet connection. <br><br>My current projects for 2004 are: to overhaul our website which if you check it out I'm sure you will agree needs it! Secondly to set up a portal - I have the hardware and will be setting up a pilot with the Novell software around mid year. Thirdly we are constructing a Science Futures Centre and I am project managing the IT and Comms infrastructure.<br><br>I'm sure you are aware that it was in Melbourne that the whole "laptop" thing started. This is the third major independent school in Melbourne in which I have directed learning technology programmes. In 1999/2000- I took some time out to set up the learning technology programme at the International School of Toulouse which is where I met Richard Jones-Nerzic and also John Simkin who are regular contributers to this Forum.<br><br>If anyone wants to ask anything about notebook computers, constructionist learning theory, network design in schools, school portals, professional development please drop me an email. <br><br>
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