1 Welcome to the Denton Independent School District The Denton ISD Division of Technology & Information Systems is one of the fastest growing aspects of the Denton school system, utilizing today's newest equipment to deliver superior services to the students and staff across the district's 180 square mile boundary. Each campus is connected to the network through the district s robust fiber infrastructure. Each campus has at least a 10 GB connection to the network, with some of the larger campuses offering a 20 GB connection. From integrated software supporting the objectives of the curriculum to filtered Internet access in every classroom, and Voice over IP (VoIP), the Technology & Information Systems Division (Technology) strives to meet the needs of its most valuable customers the students and staff of the Denton ISD. In this packet, you ll find information on how to access your (available immediately) as well as how to access the DISD website (SchoolWires) and Eduphoria. SchoolWires and Eduphoria login capability will be available 5 business days after orientation. The Denton ISD Technology department is comprised of Data Processing, Instructional Technology, including Library Services and campus based Instructional Technology Specialists, Network Services which includes the Repair Department, campus based hardware techs, Customer Support Help Desk, and Networking Departments. Access Access to your district , calendar, contacts and tasks from a non district workstation DISD Website sign in required to see all information for Staff. Main district website for staff, students and community Links to campus websites Sections for staff, students and parents Training documents and videos o Click the Staff button and use the links provided to the left side of the page. Eduphoria Lesson plans Teacher assessment tool Workshops Requires login with user ID and password Microsoft Office There are two methods that you can use to install Microsoft Office on a personal device. Need help? Need Technology Assistance: ITS Instructional Technology Issues or Software How To Campus Hardware Tech Hardware Support / Issues HelpDesk Additional technology assistance
2 HEAT HEAT ticket submission HEAT is our in district technology trouble ticketing system. Any technology issues/needs you may be having can be submitted via HEAT ticket to be addressed by the proper personnel. If your machine is not operable, please write down the service tag # and go to another computer to submit a HEAT ticket. Examples: Equipment not working properly; technology equipment moves; software installation; assistance utilizing software, etc. Again, welcome to the Denton Independent School District. Thank you, DISD Technology
3 Account Information Once you receive your username and temporary password from the Human Resource Department you will need to log onto a district computer at a Denton ISD facility to setup your password. The first time you log in using your temporary password, you will receive a message that you need to create a new password. The requirements for the new password are: Password must be at least 8 characters long It must contain upper and lower case letters and at least one number or symbol Once you have your password setup you will be able to log into your Denton ISD web version when you are away from your campus. See directions below: (This will not work until after you have setup your password on a DISD Campus) Please visit the Self Help Desk on accessing once your new password has been set. Here you will find many useful tips on accessing from a web browser as well as setting up on a mobile device. Individual Users Must use system for administrative and educational purposes consistent with the district s mission and goals. Commercial, for profit use of the system is strictly prohibited. May not use Denton ISD s system for illegal purposes, in support of illegal activities, or for any other activity prohibited by Denton ISD policy. May not use another user s system account without written permission from the Denton ISD coordinator. Students may not use another user s system account. Must keep your passwords secret. Users may not share their password with another person for any reason. Users may not write their passwords down and tape them to their monitor, tape them underneath their keyboard, or keep them anywhere where another person can see their password. Must keep personal use of their accounts and phones to a minimum. Limited individual messages are acceptable. Users may not forward personal messages to more than 30 other users. Must not let personal use of interfere with your job. Must properly maintain your account. Check daily. Delete in accordance with established retention guidelines. 1 P age
4 Accessing the main DISD website (Centricity 2) Go to Click Sign In at the top of the page Enter your username (not your full address) and your password. See example below. You may access this page for other useful training tips.
5 Eduphoria Open your web browser (IE recommended) and type in: Press Enter Type in your username (not your full address) and your network password Press Login Click on Workshop to register for training classes Click on an icon to see the classes Click on a class Click the green plus sign at the top to register for the class **If you do not see the green plus sign, try in another web browser.
6 Microsoft Office - Personal Copy for Home Install There are two methods that you can install Microsoft Office on your home computer. You are able to download a free "work at home" copy of Office 365, however this software will go into reduced-functionality mode when you leave the school district or you do not connect to the internet every 30 days. What this means is that documents can be viewed, but it will not be possible to edit or create new documents. Additionally, online services associated with the school address, for example, Office Online and OneDrive, will no longer work. The second way is to purchase a downloadable copy of Microsoft Office 2013 from the Microsoft Web store for $9.77. This copy will belong to you and you will not lose access when you leave the district. You can also purchase the Windows Operating System, as well as other discounted software. We will cover both options below. **Please note that Denton ISD is NOT able to provide support when installing this software on your personal device due to the massive number of unique, individual configurations. 1. Microsoft Office 365 license agreement Through the Microsoft Office 365 license agreement, Denton ISD students and staff have the opportunity to download and install Microsoft Office 365 at no cost. You will need to use your Denton ISD 365 account to download and install a full version of Microsoft Office 2013 which includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and more. Microsoft Office can be installed on up to 5 devices including Macs, Window based devices and mobile devices. The software will stay active as long as the student remains enrolled with Denton ISD and the staff member is employed with the district. After installation the computer will need to be connected to the internet every 30 days to verify eligibility for the program, though no action is needed other than connecting to the internet. Once you resign or leave the district, this software will no longer work. Follow the directions below if you want to proceed with the free version. Download and Install Office 365 for PC/MAC Open a web browser on your personal device and click the following link: Click Sign in at the top of the web page Sign in with your Denton ISD username only and your network password Click Staff in the top right hand corner
7 Click Office 365 on the left side of the page Type your Denton ISD full address Example: *** If you are off campus when signing in a second log in window will open. You will need to type in your Denton ISD username only and your network password to log in***
8 Press the Enter Key on your keyboard Click the Install Now button to install the free version of Office 365 on your personal device Take the defaults to finish installing the software Frequently Asked Questions What is Office 365 Education for Students/Staff?
9 o Office 365 Education for Students/Staff includes Office 365 ProPlus, which allows students/staff to install the latest version of Office on up to 5 PCs or Macs and on other mobile devices including Android, ios, and Windows tablets. It includes 1 TB of OneDrive storage, managed by the school, for schoolwork and homework. What are the PC requirements for Office 365 ProPlus? o Windows 7 or Windows 8 o 32-bit Office can be installed on 32-bit or 64-bit operating systems and 64-bit Office can only be installed on 64-bit operating systems o Computer and processor 1 GHZ or faster x86 or 64-bit processor with SSE2 instruction set o Memory 1 GB RAM (32-bit) 2 GB RAM (64-bit) recommended for graphics features, Outlook Instant Search, and certain advanced functionality. Disk space 3 gigabytes (GB) Monitor resolution 1024 x 768 What are the Mac Requirements for Office 365 ProPlus? o A Mac computer with an Intel processor o Mac OS X version or later o 1 GB of RAM recommended o 2.5 GB of available hard disk space o HFS+ hard disk format (also known as Mac OS Extended or HFS Plus) o DVD drive or connection to a local area network (if installing over a network) o 1280 x 768 or higher resolution monitor What are the iphone requirements for Office Mobile for iphone? o iphone 4, 5, 5s, 6, or 6Plus o ipod Touch 5 th generation o All devices must be running ios 6.1 minimum What are the Android requirements for Office Mobile for Android? o Android OS 4.0 or greater o Android touch enabled smartphones only Do students have to sign into Office 365 to use any of these applications with Office 365 ProPlus? o Yes, a valid Office 365 ProPlus license is tied to a valid Office 365 login for students/staff is required to enable any of the Office ProPlus features How long can I keep my license for Office 365 through the Microsoft Program?
10 o Current Denton ISD School District students/staff are eligible for the Office 365 ProPlus license through the Microsoft program. You must connect to the Internet once every 30 days to verify you are still eligible for the program, though no action is needed other than being connected to the internet. Students who graduate or who are no longer enrolled in the district will lose their license, as will staff members who are no longer employed by the district. When the license expires, you will retain read-only access to your Microsoft Office files. What is included with Office 365 ProPlus subscription license? o Office 365 ProPlus for PC (Office 2013 ProPlus base applications) o Office 365 ProPlus for Mac (Office 2011 for Mac base applications) o Office Mobile for iphone o Office Mobile for Android How many devices can I install the software on? o Each subscription license allows you to install Microsoft Office on up to five devices What applications are included with Office 365 ProPlus for Windows? o Word 2013 o Excel 2013 o PowerPoint 2013 o OneNote 2013 o Access 2013 o Publisher 2013 o Outlook 2013 o Lync 2013 o InfoPath 2013 What applications are included with Office 365 ProPlus for Mac? o Word 2011 o Excel 2011 o PowerPoint 2011 o Outlook 2011 What comes with Office Mobile for iphone? o Word Mobile o Excel Mobile o PowerPoint Mobile o OneNote and Lync Mobile are available as a separate download What comes with Office Mobile for Android?
11 o Word Mobile o Excel Mobile o PowerPoint Mobile o One Note and Lync Mobile are available as a separate download Where can I get training on Office 2013? o Office 2013 Quick Start Guides can be found Here o Mac 2011 Excel 2011 Outlook 2011 PowerPoint 2011 Word Microsoft Web Store The Work At Home program is for employees of Denton ISD to purchase software for use on their personal computer for work-related purposes at a discounted retail price. The software can be downloaded instantly or you may have it mailed directly to you. The Microsoft Web Store is hosted by Kivuto. They have provided a Help menu located at the top of the page. Please reference this page before purchasing any software. Open a web browser on your home computer and click the following link: Click Sign in at the top of the web page Sign in with your Denton ISD username only and your network password Click Staff in the top right hand corner Click Microsoft Web Store on the left side of the page
12 The first time you visit the Microsoft Kivuto store you will need to register using your Denton ISD Type your DISD address in the box. Click Continue Fill in the Account Registration page. Your DISD Username and Address will already be filled in. You will need to create a password. Your Proof of Eligibility will already be filled in. On the drop down for Group of which you are a member, choose Staff or Faculty. Click Register
13 Check your Denton ISD for the confirmation After clicking on the confirmation link sent in the , you will be redirected to the Sign In page. Sign in with your full DISD as the Username and the Password that you just created. Click Sign In The page will open on the Microsoft page Click on Microsoft Office 2013 Click Add to Cart
14 Once you have added the software to your cart you will have the option to purchase a backup disc for an additional cost of $13.95 Click the Check out when you are ready to finish the purchase Once you have finished your payment, you will receive an to access your download and your Office product key
15 *** Due to the massive number of unique, individual configurations, Denton ISD Technology cannot provide support for personal computers. Kivuto does however provide support for these downloads and installations. The support number for Kivuto is
16 Staff Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) The Use of Computers, the Internet, and Electronic Mail Denton Independent School District is pleased to offer access to a computer network for file sharing, printing, electronic mail and the Internet. To gain access to the district network, and the Internet, all employees must view the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) video, agree to the conditions as stated in this document, and verified by your signature. Access to these services will enable the school community to explore thousands of libraries, databases, museums, and other repositories of information and to exchange personal communication with other Internet users around the world to enhance district curriculum. The district will filter the Internet for inappropriate material; however, employees should be aware that some material accessible via the Internet may contain items that are illegal, defamatory, inaccurate, or potentially offensive. It is important that users read and understand the Denton Independent School District policy, administrative regulations, and seek guidance if items are unclear. All users shall be required to acknowledge receipt and understanding of all administrative regulations governing use of the District s technology resources. Please contact The Department of Instructional Technology at (940) if you have questions or need help in understanding this material. Monitored Use Electronic mail transmissions and other use of the electronic communications system by students and employees is not confidential and may be monitored at any time by designated District staff to ensure appropriate use for educational or administrative purposes. What is expected? Employees are responsible for appropriate behavior on the school or district s computer network. Communications on the network are often public in nature. It is expected that users will comply with district standards and the specific rules set forth below. The use of the network is a privilege, not a right, and may be revoked if abused. The user is personally responsible for their actions in accessing and utilizing the school or district s computer resources. All users shall be required to acknowledge receipt and understanding of all administrative regulations governing use of the system and shall agree in writing to comply with such regulations and guidelines. Computer related privileges may be suspended or terminated based on district policy. Violations may result in suspensions, termination of computer related privileges or criminal prosecution as well as disciplinary action by the District. Notify the building administrator if you are aware of violations to the Acceptable Use Policy. Denton ISD may revoke any District user s access until the violation is reviewed by appropriate district administrators. Accceptable Use Guidelines Keep all logins private. Even though some limited personal use is permitted, the District account is to be used primarily for instructional and administrative purposes and in accordance with administrative guidelines. Employees must comply with the Public Information Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), including retention and confidentiality of student and District records. Individuals may perceive that electronic communication from you through a District-provided electronic medium, such as , is also endorsed by the District or that the District shares the same point of view. As role models for the District s students, employees are responsible for their public conduct even when they are not acting as District employees. Employees will be held to the same professional standards in their personal use of social media as they are for any other public conduct. At all times, employees are responsible for the proper use of their account. The District may suspend or revoke access if guidelines are not followed. Refer to Board Policy CQ (LOCAL), Electronic Communication and Data Management for further information.
19 To create something transformative. Copyrighted materials may be used to encourage practice in redefining problems from different perspectives, helping learners become more critical in assessing assumptions, better at recognizing frames of references and alternate perspectives, as well as effective at collaborating with others to assess and arrive at judgments in regards to beliefs. What Can t Educators Do? Digitize or copy something just to save money. If it is available in the format you need, you must purchase it. Convert something to digital for an online class. If it is available in digital format you must purchase it in digital format. If it is not, you must write for permission to digitize any material including your textbook. Change the format from one form to another (i.e. VHS to DVD, DVD to streaming, print to digital, etc.) Same thing: if it is available in the format you need, you must purchase it. Create a compilation or anthology in order to save money. Write for permission for every picture, clip, graphic, printed article or type of material used. Show anything for entertainment or to keep students busy. Copyright laws were written to protect the profits of the copyright holder. Educators were given limited exemption for instruction only. All other uses are prohibited. Create Clean or educational copies of materials. The courts deemed these a violation of copyright law because they changed the format by adapting the work both of which are rights granted only to the copyright holder. However, if the producer provides an educational version it is legal to purchase it. Examples of Inappropriate Use Using District technology resources for any commercial, political, or illegal purpose. Damaging electronic communication systems or electronic equipment, including knowingly or intentionally introducing a virus to a device or network, or not taking proper security steps to prevent a device or network from becoming vulnerable. Disabling or attempting to disable any Internet filtering device. Encrypting communications to avoid security review. Using someone s account with or without permission. Impersonating an individual or individual s identity when posting, transmitting, or receiving messages. Attempting to read, delete, copy, modify, or interfere with another user s posting, transmittal, or receipt of electronic media. Using resources to engage in conduct that harasses or bullies others. Posting, transmitting, or accessing materials that are abusive, obscene, sexually oriented, threatening, harassing, damaging to another s reputation, or illegal. Using inappropriate language, profanity, vulgarity, ethnic or racial slurs, and any other discriminating or inflammatory language. Violating copyrighted information or others intellectual property rights as well as downloading or using copyrighted information without permission from the copyright holder. Using the District s logo or other copyrighted material of the District without express written consent. Wasting school resources through improper use of the District s technology resources, including propagation of spam, chain letters, jokes, and the like. Disclaimer of liability The district shall not be liable for users inappropriate use of electronic communication resources or violations of copyright restrictions, users mistakes or negligence, inappropriate use of third party sites or costs incurred by user. The District shall not be responsible for ensuring the accuracy or usability of any information found on the Internet. The District does not warrant that the functions or services performed by, or that the information or software contained on, the system will meet the system users requirements or the system will be uninterrupted or error-free. The district shall not be liable for lost, stolen or damaged devices brought from home.
20 Any dispute involving the Acceptable Use Policy will be settled at the discretion of the campus or district administrator.
21 Welcome to HEAT Self Service Heat Self Service allows you to submit HEAT tickets. HEAT tickets are used for technology hardware and training needs. Heat Self Service automatically uses your login credentials, meaning the HEAT ticket will be created under the username of the person logged onto the computer. You must be on a DISD campus in order to submit a HEAT ticket. This link can be found under the IE favorites. To submit a HEAT ticket, click on the New Issue link. Notice that the ticket is already populated with your username and home campus. If you need to change the campus location, use the drop down beside the Located field and choose the campus you are having the issue at. The fields highlighted in red are mandatory fields. If your issue does not require a service tag, simply put NA in the Service Tag field. If you are requesting to have software pushed to your computer, you must have the Service Tag of the machine in the ticket in order to have the software pushed to the computer. Use the drop down menu for Problem and Type. Write a detailed description of the issue you are experiencing. If you need to add an attachment giving a screen shot or other information that might be useful to the technician, click on Add an Attachment. This is optional, not mandatory.
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