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Urgent! Mail housekeeping.
by Admin User - Tuesday, 9 September 2014, 10:58 AM
  Further to the last message.

We're still critically short on disc space on the mailserver, getting to the point where we are going to have to apply quotas to the largest mailbox users.

Please can you delete any old messages, or messages with large attachements.

Mail Server Housekeeping.
by Admin User - Monday, 16 June 2014, 09:29 AM
  We have had an issue with disc space on the mailserver recently. Whilst we have managed to reclaim a small amount of disc space, we are still critically short.

We are asking if all users could do some mailbox cleaning, especially concentrating on the Sent Mail folders, as these seem to be the largest areas of disc space usage.

We would also ask that staff members do not send emails with attachments to large groups of users, locating the file in the relevant staff share area and providing a link to the location is a more practical way of sharing an attachment.

Cancelled: Click and Go Unavailable 8th April
by Admin User - Wednesday, 2 April 2014, 03:28 PM
  We have had a message from Seemis to say they are migrating servers on the 8th April in the morning and as such Click and Go will be unavailable during this time.

Edit: Note from Seemis

There have been some technical issues identified which necessitate the date of your authority’s server migration being postponed. Unfortunately, at this time I’m unable to provide you with a further date of migration until we have ensured that these issues have been resolved and tested.

Apologies for any inconvenience this causes you.

Edmodo use in schools
by Admin User - Wednesday, 2 April 2014, 10:47 AM

Can we remind staff that intend on using Edmodo that they are aware of the Edmodo terms of Service.  It would be benficial ,should a data protection issue arise, that this confirmation is recorded

Edomodo Terms of Service:

IMPORTANT! If you are not of legal age to form a binding contract (in many places, this is 18 years old), then you must get your parent or guardian to read these terms and agree to them for you, before you use Edmodo or provide any information to us. Please review this agreement with your parent or guardian so that you both understand how Edmodo works and what restrictions apply to your use of our websites and services. Remember, always get an adult’s permission before going online.

Banchory Primary School Burns Competition
by Admin User - Thursday, 16 January 2014, 01:19 PM
  This year's Burns Competition will take place on Tuesday 4th February 2014 at Banchory Primary School.
see attached flyer for details
Service Outage 23rd/24th Dec 2013.
by Admin User - Friday, 13 December 2013, 12:30 PM
  There will be a service outage on the above dates, there will be no access to the internet, seemis, email, IP phones, wireless or council systems.

The servers and core networking infrastructure will be relocated during this time.

Network outage today 12:45 affecting Claremont Primary, St John’s Primary, Clackmannan Primary, Clackmannan CAP and Woodside Childrens unit
by Admin User - Thursday, 21 November 2013, 10:55 AM
  We had an incident with Claremont Primary school last night where the roof was damaged during the high winds. During the incident the antenna pole on the roof was damaged and will be repaired today at 12:45. We will attempt to bring services back as soon as possible

Claremont Primary school acts as a hub site to connect the school, St Johns Primary, Clackmannan Primary, Clackmannan CAP and Woodside Children’s unit. All these sites are at risk from 12:45 today until further notice
Digital Common Wealth project
by David Kay - Wednesday, 6 November 2013, 11:04 AM

Invitation to participate in the Digital Common Wealth project, a national digital media literacy project based around the digital reporting of Commonwealth themes in the run up to the Queen’s Baton Relay

Full details:-

his is a Big Lottery Fund, University of the West of Scotland and the MediaTrust project where learners from 32 school clusters from targeted areas of most socio-economic need across Scotland will be given the chance to participate in an exciting digital media literacy project, reporting on Commonwealth themes in the run up to the Queen’s Baton Relay in June 2014. As you are already involved in Glasgow 2014 Legacy projects and championing Commonwealth projects within your Local Authority we felt that you would be interested in this opportunity, but if for any reason you feel that you are not the right person to progress this project, do contact me and let us know who you think would be the best contact in order to ensure that your Authority can benefit from participation in this project.

The project aim is to involve one school cluster from every Local Authority in Scotland, promoting digital media literacy skills through a series of specialist workshops (with associated learning resources mapped to Curriculum for Excellence requirements) focusing on audio, video, blogging and social media storytelling techniques, for up to 20 pupils (at P6 – S2 level) per cluster. These will use readily available technology to help learners use their imagination and knowledge to produce creative, appropriate and engaging content based around four broad Commonwealth themes of People, Place, Culture and Exchange. Participating schools will see their work showcased on a project website which will be archived as a record for future generations and there will be opportunities for working on a collaborative and cross curricular basis.

To participate in the project the Digital Common Wealth project team are looking for a Local Authority representative in each area to submit one indication of interest form (available as a word file via the link detailing how a proposed school cluster meets the project eligibility criteria and why they would like to take part, as well as details of how the project would be embedded in the curriculum. As a legacy Lead we felt that you would be an appropriate person to work with your contacts to identify a suitable cluster of schools to begin progressing the project. The Indication of interest form should be submitted to myself as Digital Common Wealth Educational Coordinator, by email to <u><font color="#0000ff" face="Calibri"><font color="#0000ff" face="Calibri"></font></font> by 5pm on Friday 29th November 2013. 

There is more information on the project within the links within the email signature below, but if you have any questions I am happy to discuss the project further with you and look forward to working with you to progress the project within Clackmannanshire.



Alison McCandlish

Educational Coordinator – Digital Common Wealth Project

University of the West of Scotland

School of Creative and Cultural Industries

Media Academy Knowledge Exchange

Paisley Campus

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