We have also developed web-based applications that we host for districts and other educational organizations. You can find that list on our Application Development page.

The Open Door Information Exchange (ODIE) is a suite of web applications developed by in-house programmers. ODIE serves as the major vehicle for interaction with school staff in the areas of technical support through our helpdesk, computer repair through our Computer Audio-Visual Service (CAV) Center, instructional resources and professional development. The Workshops portion lists valuable training and learning opportunities at all levels. Other ODIE features provide districts the ability to track staff training and professional growth, request and approve travel and leave requests, and record staff evaluations.

**Schools wanting these features are welcomed and encouraged to take advantage of the services. Contact Ron Cone at rcone@esu10.org.

To check it out, please visit https://odie.esu10.org.