Department of Technology
COVID-19 PROCEDURE CHANGE - TECHNOLOGY OPERATIONS CONSOLIDATION
PLEASE REVIEW THE CHART TO SEE WHERE YOU WILL NEED TO DROP OFF YOUR DEVICE FOR REPAIR. JOHN P. STEVENS & EDISON HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE THE 2 REPAIR LOCATIONS. THE HIGH SCHOOLS WILL SUPPORT THE SCHOOLS LISTED BELOW EACH SCHOOL.
PLEASE CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THE PROPER PROTOCOL OF ENTERING A TROUBLE TICKET PRIOR TO COMING ONSITE. A TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN WILL REACH-OUT TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR ADDITIONAL HELPDESK INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES GUIDE FOR ONLINE LEARNINg
- ONLINE LEARNING HELP DESK PROCEDURES including DEVICE REPAIR
- LINK TO DEVICE REPAIR HELP DESK TICKET
- GOOGLE APPS FOR EDUCATION KNOWLEDGE BASE
- INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITHOUT HOME INTERNET ACCESS
The Department of Technology is committed to the improvement of teaching and learning by linking the appropriate information and technologies to education.
The Department of Technology provides leadership in the use of computers and related technologies, working collaboratively with schools and departments to ensure the effective use of technology across the disciplines. Access and the proper use of technology will enhance the learning process to better prepare our students to meet today’s and tomorrow’s challenges in a changing world.
As a result of the Edison Technology Program, students will understand important issues in a technology based society and will exhibit ethical behavior in the use of technology. Students will access, apply, interpret, analyze, synthesize, and communicate information using a variety of technologies. In addition, they will use the computer as a tool for problem solving and logical thinking.
Helpdesk - email: email@example.com ,
internal extension: x 24998 and x24999 / externally: 732.452.4998 & 732.452.4999