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This bulletin is provided by CEnet to inform and support member dioceses.

In this edition, CEnet board update, virtual reality resources developed by the Diocese of Broken Bay and CeSIS milestones in Catholic Education Tasmania and Sydney Catholic Schools.

We hope you find the information of interest and we welcome your feedback and suggestions. 
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CEnet Board Update

CEnet's board of directors is responsible for the overall governance, management and strategic direction of the company and for delivering accountable corporate performance in accordance with CEnet's goals and objectives.

The board has recently overseen a comprehensive review of CEnet's corporate governance arrangements whilst also playing a significant role in the development of a five year strategy for 2020 - 2024. These items were discussed as part of the last pre COVID-19 meeting earlier in the year.

A number of projects are currently in progress to improve the corporate platform including a refresh of the policy framework, risk management review, service catalogue benchmarking, enhanced performance reporting to the board and an ongoing review of CEnet's organisational culture.
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Leesa Jeffcoat AM, CEnet Chairman
Leesa Jeffcoat AM is CEnet's board Chairman and was recently re-appointed for a second term.
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  • Christopher Smyth
  • Patrick Cooper
  • Dr Tony Bracken
  • William Dixon
  • Ross Fox
  • Dr Gerard Gaskin
  • Dr Sally Towns
  • Gerard Mowbray
  • Raju Varanasi
  • Glenn McLachlan
  • Dr Patrick Coughlan
  • Jacqui Francis
  • Dennis Purcell
  • Anthony Gordon
  • Peter Hill
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Diocese of Broken Bay - Virtual Reality Resources

Broken Bay has released 11 Virtual Reality resources that have been created to support the ongoing implementation of the NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum in Broken Bay schools.
Link to Diocese of Broken Bay Virtual Reality Resources
These resources, include the following:
Image from the Bungaree Virtual Reality Resource
Each of these resources aligns with student outcomes documented within the NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum, particularly the areas of English K-10, Geography K-10 & History K-10 and also supports the achievement of the General Capabilities that include Literacy, ICT Capability, Intercultural Understanding, Critical & Creative Thinking and Ethical Understanding.
Image from the Bungaree Virtual Reality Resource
These VR resources, built in Google Tour Creator, are examples of multimedia, multimedial, digital and multimodal texts. Each resource includes 360 Degree imagery, accompanying text, audio soundtrack and some included teacher reference resources. This collection of  resources has been aggregated into a Google Site that is now publicly accessible. They are also available within Google Expeditions on the web.
Image of the Mount Yengo Virtual Reality Resource
There are a number of ways that teachers and students can access these, including: Do not hesitate to contact John Hession for further information about these resources.
Go to the DBB VR Site
CeSIS roll out summary 24.07.2020
CeSIS Milestones
Two CEnet member dioceses achieved milestones in their Compass roll outs this week.

Catholic Education Tasmania now has 100% of centrally funded schools using Compass. The Diocese made the decision to move all schools into Ancestry at the same time, so has achieved the additional milestone of having all schools in Ancestry too.  Two schools are also utilising Technology One and others will move to Technology One beginning in 2021.
 
Sydney Catholic Schools achieved the significant milestone of 100% of schools using Compass with school number 150 going live recently. The Diocese also has 69 schools in Ancestry.

Congratulations to all involved in these projects!
ONCE News July 2020
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Inside this edition
  • CeSIS/CeFMS project update
  • Catholic Learning Online Summit
  • Connecting teachers and remote learners
  • Enhanced security using multi-factor authentication
  • Number one for Sweet Reads
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