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    Information Technology at Franklinville Central


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    Franklinville Central School has the latest in classroom and educational technology, and seeks to continually improve its technological infrastructure and end-user computing experience.

    The IT Department at Franklinville CSD supports over 1,500 devices, including desktops, notebooks, iPads, projectors, and printers. Additionally, each student and staff has a district-owned iPad to use for classroom and other educational purposes.

    Almost all of Franklinville CSD’s classrooms are equipped with digital projectors and many also have interactive whiteboards. Distance learning at the district is made possible with a classroom specifically setup for multi-way interactive learning.

    The school district utilizes a CIPA compliant filtered access to the world wide web provided by LightSpeed Systems. Additionally, Schoology is used to support instruction in addition to using Moodle. A number of courses have been designed and implemented by the district’s teachers using Moodle to provide online instruction. The Moodle courses are hosted through the Moodle server at Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES.