Back Office Innovation: Creating a secure, compliant workflow
Performed by Kevin Hogan, School News, Editor-in-Chief
How to build efficiency and data protection and compliance through form process automation
Part Two: Creating a secure, compliant workflow
Among the countless hurdles in school district activities last year, the ability to properly manage traditionally paper-based processes was taken away. The only solution was to automate — and most schools discovered that they were good because of it. Replacing old paper trails with fully coded digital workflows with e-signatures not only better preserves the data on those forms but also better ensures the legitimacy of the transaction.
Join eSchool News’ panel of experts in the second part of our webinar series and discuss data security and compliance in education. How replacing those folders filled with AUP forms with parent-signed health and online solutions improves the user experience for everyone – parents, teachers and administrators alike. Learn how to capture signatures for important documents such as IEP and vendor agreements while saving time and money while being loyal.
We hear from industry experts:
- Paul San Francisco, Director of Technology, Wayne J. Roberts School District
- Dan Armstrong, Solution Consultant for Adobe Systems
(See below for full BIOS)
Meet your speakers
Paul San Francisco
Director of Technology, Wayne J. Roberts School District
Paul is the director of technology at the Wayne J. Roberts School District in Philadelphia, a suburb of San Francisco Pennsylvania. For more than 26 years, he has worked in Catholic, private and public education, including teaching, assistant principal and collegiate teaching at St. Joseph’s University and Newman University. The National School Board Association named him one of the “20 to Watch” educators for his work in instructional technology, and the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology named him the 2018 CTO of the Year for the State of Pennsylvania. Mr. San Francisco. Featured at Tech & Learning, Schools CIO, EdTech Mag, and Catechetical Leader, and presented at local, regional, and national concerts.
Solution Consultant for Adobe Systems
Dan Armstrong is a solution consultant for Adobe Systems. In this position, he supports higher education and K-12 schools in both the United States and Canada. Armstrong’s career in education includes 11 years as a career technical education instructor, two postgraduate degrees, a Certificate Teacher of the Year, an Idaho CTE Teacher of the Year, and an Adobe Impact Award for his decades of teacher training. Country When he walked out of the Reserve High School classroom, his students told him, “If you can do for us what you have done for other students, you must go.” Armstrong said he worked hard every day to honor these students who saw his potential and encouraged him to help other students succeed in the way he did.
Kevin Hogan, School News, Editor-in-Chief
Kevin is a pioneer-thinking media executive with over 25 years of experience building brands and audiences online, in print and face to face. He is an acclaimed writer, editor and commentator who has covered the crossroads of society and technology, especially education technology.