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This email bulletin is provided by CEnet to inform and support Member Dioceses. We hope you find the information of interest and we welcome your feedback and suggestions.
Member Collaboration - Professional Learning
A week of professional learning opportunities designed to support the delivery of online learning experiences commencing Monday 20th April.

The Catholic Learning Online Summit is a collaborative initiative involving members of the CEnet eLearning Working Group to assist teachers in preparing to teach students who are learning from home. The Dioceses involved in developing the event include:
  • Bathurst,
  • Cairns,
  • Lismore,
  • Wagga Wagga and
  • Wollongong. 
The Summit will run via Zoom, delivering 30 sessions across five days commencing at 10.00 am and has been designed to enable teachers in CEnet Member Dioceses to join as many or as few sessions as interest them on any of the five days. There is no need to register, joining is by clicking the Zoom links within the Summit schedule located in the Summit website

Commencing on the hour from 10.00 am each day, the 50 minute sessions will cover the use of online solutions to support the delivery of learning experiences to students learning at home. Session have been designed to provide quick insights and will draw on the expertise from CEnet Member Dioceses including:
  • Armidale,
  • Bathurst,
  • Cairns,
  • Lismore,
  • Wagga Wagga and
  • Wollongong.
Sessions will also be delivered by:
  • Adobe,
  • Apple,
  • ClickView,
  • Google,
  • Microsoft and
  • Overdrive.
Examples of sessions include:
  • Introduction to Zoom
  • Making Online Teaching and Learning Creative Using Adobe
  • Introduction to Google Classroom
  • Recording your PowerPoint and Turning it into a Video Presentation
  • Make Templates and Create Student Learning Journals Using Pages (iPad)
  • Using ClickView in the Primary Classroom
  • Create Self Marking Quizzes Using Google Forms
View the Summit Schedule
Additional information about sessions can be found at the Summit website at

This exciting collaborative initiative has been organised by members of the CEnet eLearning Working Group in response to the appetite for information to support the move to delivering learning experiences online and is open to all CEnet Member Dioceses, so please feel free to raise awareness of this free event.
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COVID-19 Support Portal - Enhancing Security on your Account
CEnet have established a COVID-19 support portal to assist Diocese and School communities respond during the current pandemic. The portal provides detailed service specific information for Diocese ICT teams to address the most common requests we are seeing across the membership. One of the areas covered in the portal is Access Management and the use of Multi Factor Authentication.

It's easier than you think for someone to steal your password.  Things that can put you at risk of having your password stolen are:
  • Using the same password for other sites or services.
  • ​People watching you type it in.
  • Sharing your password with others.
  • Downloading malicious software and content.
  • Clicking on bad links in email messages.
​Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is a way to help keep bad guys out, even if they do obtain your password.  With MFA (also known as 2-factor or 2-step authentication) you can protect your CEnet account with something you know - like your password, and something you have - like your personal device.

With staff and teachers moving to remote working and teaching arrangements, the risks associated with access to personally identifiable information (PII) become more important than ever before.

Our recent Access Management project delivered a new single sign-on platform using Okta and includes MFA to help secure staff and teacher login accounts, and in turn the private information they have access to.

In previous months, we have been implementing MFA on top of our various administration portals, and as a part of the broader response to COVID-19, we are recommending MFA be more widely adopted for members' own applications and systems.

You can find out more information on MFA at If your Diocese is considering introducing MFA more broadly, and would like assistance in getting the capability enabled and configured please contact us directly.

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In case you missed it, the latest edition of ONCE News has been released.

Inside this edition
  • CeSIS/CeFMS project update
  • Zooming into remote learning
  • CEnet moves to remote working
  • Data Trustees Meeting
  • Recognising the contribution of Gary Brown
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