Time to Crash

Ugh, what a week.

coal mineLast week, we had challenges just about every day with odd server problems, odd database problems, end-of-year comment writing challenges, and other things I thankfully have blanked already.

This week, I did a 2 hour FileMaker Pro training for our database users, followed by the presentation of Edline to US faculty, and then a restructuring plan meeting for our digital simulations course. (More on the course later.) Then more database sychronizing, faculty laptops coming in for re-imaging, implementation planning for PaperCut NG, and lots ‘o wonderful stuff.

If nothing else, the feedback on our work is good. We have 12 US faculty who plan to come in for a stipend day this summer to help us develop the implementation plan and guidelines for EdLine, which is a wonderful sign of interest and support. We feel good about that.

For now, though, back to the data mines, and figuring out the best way to simply make mailing labels for next year’s ninth graders in two different databases. Such glory.

Photo Credit: Colorado Historical Society

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