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Dear <<First Name>>,

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

In this edition, the CEnet Member Services Portal, Catholic Learning Online Events update, CEnet representation, and the CEnet ACEN 'Always Available' eBook collection.

We hope you find the information of interest and we welcome your feedback and suggestions. 
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CEnet Member Services Portal

The value that CEnet delivers to its member dioceses goes far beyond just the technologies we use each and every day, and sometimes, it can be difficult to know where to go to get the information you need.

To help with this, a new Member Services portal was established this year. This portal seeks to bring all of the collaborative, technical, and member resources together in one place.

Supporting the Member Services portal is a set of sub-sites, covering CEnet's infrastructure, integration, data and application service areas, as well as various resource, strategy, governance and collaborative groups that exist.

Next time you are looking for something, visit https://services.cenet.catholic.edu.au
Member Services Portal
Catholic Learning Online Events

The next Catholic Learning Online Event (CLOE) will assist teachers to develop resources using Google Tour Creator. The workshop will be presented by John Hession from Broken Bay Diocese on Wednesday 16 September. You can see the work that John has been doing with Tour Creator by clicking here.

Teachers can register interest in participation in upcoming events by clicking here or by using the button below.

Upcoming Catholic Learning Online Events:
  • Google Tour Creator 16 September 7.30 am AEST
  • Google Tour Creator 22 October 3.30 pm AEDT
  • Using SORA 29 October 3.30 pm AEDT
  • Using SORA 11 November 7.30 am AEDT
  • Using Seesaw 18 November 7.30 am AEDT
  • Using Seesaw 26 November 4.15 pm AEDT
Catholic Learning Online Events is an initiative of the CEnet eLearning Working Group, that aims to identify and support areas of common need for professional learning in CEnet member dioceses.
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Representing Catholic Education

CEnet is recognised as one of the only K-12 networks in our country that spans multiple states, and a territory. Because of this, CEnet is regularly approached for input and representation in strategic initiatives - both at a state and national level.

The diverse nature of the CEnet membership provides a unique opportunity to deliver member-focussed input and feedback into these initiatives. In turn, this assists CEnet member dioceses and their schools to be well-positioned as new services and strategies emerge.

Through our collective state Catholic Education Commissions, and other state and federal bodies, CEnet has represented its member dioceses and the broader Catholic sector in; Online Assessment Working Groups, Data Strategy & Standards Groups (such as those through the National Schools Interoperability Programme), and other national initiatives including but not limited to the Safer Technologies for Schools (ST4S) and Australian Government Unique Student Identifier (USI) projects.

For information on any of these initiatives, please contact us.
Always Available eBooks

As reported last week, readers in the 14 member dioceses using the SORA eBook platform as part of the CEnet ACEN Consortium, now also have access to an 'Always Available' collection which consists of  over 100 quality titles including many great Australian titles, picture books and information texts. 

The team from The Learning Exchange in the Diocese of Parramatta has developed and shared a logo that is available to assist in raising awareness of the 'Always Available' collection. Another great example of member dioceses sharing and collaborating.
Always Available ebooks
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The CEnet Member Bulletin provides a great opportunity to share information about activities occurring in member dioceses.

If your diocese has an interesting story to share contact us.
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