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Cloud Computing

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Transcript of Cloud Computing

Status in Schools
Many institutions are adapting cloud computing. The issue lies in professional development, proper deployment, and security (Stevenson & Hedberg, 2011).
Educational Impacts :
Storage
Cloud Computing
What is it?
Per the National Institute of Standards and Technology:
"A model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction"

In the simplest terms, clouding computing is storing and accessing data and programs over the internet instead of using a hard drive.
Essential Characteristics
On-demand self service
Broad network access
Resource pooling
Rapid Elasticity
Measured Service
Deployment Models
Private
Service Models
IAAS
INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE
The hardware and software that power it all; the backbone
servers, networks, operating systems
PAAS
SAAS
PLATFORM AS A SERVICE
Set of tools or services to creating own coding and deploying those applications efficiently
SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE
Applications designed for end users and delivered over the web
Public
Hybrid
Collaboration
Minimize handouts
Less printing/copies
Less servers save energy
Students can work in groups more efficiently
Teachers can work on lessons together, as well as educational projects outside of class
Old
No more lost notebooks or usb drives
Documents safely backed up
Sharing
Eliminates large emails
Incorporate parental involvement
vs
New
Eco Friendly
(Skiba, 2011)
(Skiba, 2011)
To learn more
National Institute of Standards and Technology website
Educational Blogs: Edudemic, Edutopia, Ed Tech Roundup
Pinterest
YouTube
Dive right in
References
N Provenzano. (2012, February 03). Head in the clouds: The benefits of celestial storage [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/blog/cloud-computing-classroom-nicholas-provenzano

Skiba, D. J. (2011). Are you computing in the cloud: Understanding cloud computing.
Nursing Education Perspectives, 32
(4), 266-268.

Stevenson, M., & Hedberg, J. G. (2011). Head in the clouds: A review of current and future potential for cloud-enabled pedagogies.
Educational Media International, 48
(4), 321-333.

National Institute of Standards and Technology.
NIST Cloud computing program
. Retrieved from http://www.nist.gov/itl/cloud
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