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James Green

Website: www.just2easy.com

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Personal Statement

I have been involved with Learning Technolgies and education for over 10 years and worked in schools and Local Authorities through the duration. I have been influential in the development of e-safety within WMNet and sit currently on the education board of CEOP. I have been responsible for the roll out and deployment of Learning Platforms and SSO in Worcestershire and worked closely with BECTA on the LP learning platform matrix.

I have enabled a team within Worcestershire to also support schools in their use and development of web2.0 applications including e-missions, british museum projects and thinkquest competitions. We have also promoted widely the teachmeet concept to enable schools to network informally and share good practice.

I have also appeared on Teacher's TV looking at the use of Information Literacy with students.

I tweet @web2what and welcome conversations about school structures and change management! yes, really!Embarassed

ICT Interests

Accomplishments

West Mercia Police commendation for e-safety 2011. www.wes.networcs.net 
Becta ICT Awards support to schools 2007: Highly commended 
Teacher’s TV: Web Literacy secondary ICT
CEOP e-safety Ambassador 
Oracle Thinkquest UK Under 19 category winning coach award
Short listed for TES Award 2004

Recent Projects

Project manager for Content Stream

Content Stream is a Content Management Service that has been developed with i2q Synetrix to deliver purchased elc content direct to the user negating the need for further authentication anytime, anywhere.
Over 100 schools use the system and have over the last 4 years purchased over £500,000 of online resource.
The project was short listed for a TES award 2004 and identified as one of the Top100 European educational sites. It has been recognized by Becta as an aspect of good practice for e-learning and been installed in a number of other authorities since.

Project Manager for Learning Platforms

Responsible for the European Tender initiated by the Authority to create a learning Platform Framework Agreement. This has successfully identified the 3 providers that have made the framework from an initial group of 40. I was responsible for the ITT, PQQ and contract negotiations. I am now detailing the integration of the suppliers into our Global ID, shibboleth model and MIS systems. I am also coordinating the marketing and order process to schools with the Learning Platform Suppliers.

Lead Officer for schools e-safety

I have developed a comprehensive strategy for schools to engage with e-safety using local, regional and national agencies.

case studies

http://emissionpfs.blogspot.com/

http://eworcs.blogspot.com/


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