Technology to Enhance
We design and test new approaches to provide state-of-the-art technology infrastructure that empowers teaching, learning, and management in K-12 schools. This work combines knowledge of the latest techniques for providing leading-edge, cost-effective, reliable technologies with a deep understanding of the needs of K-12 schools in rural, suburban and urban areas.
The Friday Institute is leading the development of highly reliable, highly available, cloud-based systems to ensure a world-class technology infrastructure as a foundational component of K-12 education in North Carolina.
- NC Education Cloud: Facilitates migration from LEA-hosted server infrastructure to cloud-hosted infrastructure
- Project Director: Phil Emer
Technology to Enhance Classroom Practice
To enhance classroom practice, we develop models of effective technology implementation; create innovative professional development opportunities, and foster collaboration and community among district and school leaders, instructional technology facilitators and teachers.
- The Professional Learning and Leading Collaborative (PLLC): Innovative approaches to support technology-enabled learning
- Project Leads: Mary Ann Wolf and Emmy Coleman
To view completed projects in Technology to Enhance K-12 Education, visit the Project Archive.