Educational Service Unit 10's application development team has been delivering
products since 2000. The current team
consists of Nate McClenahan, Adam Griebel,
Jon Haussler and Mark Hellman. Products developed are web based to
ensure a high availability of resources and enable those using them to be productive and efficient. Below is a list of ESU 10's application development team products:
Educational Service Unit 10's Cozad center partnered with the application
development team to build an online service enabling those in need of
assistive technology to quickly find the resources available. This blossomed into At4all (http://www.at4all.com). An additional collaboration with the Nebraska
Assistive Technology Partnership has taken this product to the national
scene. Presently there are 13 other
state programs leveraging the online catalog of assistive technology resources.
ODIE is a suite of web applications developed by in-house programmers and stands for Open Door Information Exchange. ODIE serves as the major vehicle for interaction with school staff in the areas of technical support, computer repair, resources, and professional development.
The Nebraska Virtual Instruction Source (NVIS) is a
clearinghouse of distance learning courses and online enrichment
activities. NVIS (http://nvis.esucc.org) was developed as a
means for collaboration between ESUs in the Distance Learning arena.
Service Implementation Matrix Process and Log.
TUMS is a directory of Staff and Students for various schools in the ESU10 area. TUMS has replaced YAMS and can be found at: https://tums.k12.ne.us
Schools participating in Academic Quiz Bowl, Science Olympiad and Invention Convention will be able to stay up-to-date with information regarding their participation as well as real-time results the day of the competition.