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Please complete this survey on the relevance of possible policies for Cloud Computing in education.

This survey is being undertaken as part of the School on the Cloud Network Project. It is based on the activities of Working Group 1: leadership and management of the Cloud in education.
The working group aims to look at the perceived importance of different possible policy measures for the implementation and integration of Cloud Computing in Education. Its results will be used to establish guidelines and principles for decision makers.
The first part of the survey asks you to consider Cloud Computing in Education across Europe. The second part looks at the policies needed in an organisation like a school.

PART 1: You are responsible for European Education policy measures and your challenge is to encourage the implementation and use of Cloud Computing across different sectors of education. Rate the following policy options.

Question Title

* 1. On a scale of 1 to 7, how relevant are each of these policy recommendations (1 means not relevant and 7 means fully relevant).

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Revise performance appraisal strategies for teachers and schools to allow more innovative Cloud-based teaching and learning to flourish.
Develop mechanisms and standards for recognising, validating, and rewarding innovative Cloud practices (pedagogical, organisational and/or technological).
Make sure that technological Cloud innovation in formal education settings is part of a wider transformation agenda which includes pedagogical and organisational innovation.
Develop a well-articulated innovation agenda for the Cloud which has both long-term vision (ensuring policy support) and achievable short term goals for the progressive take up of innovation.
Encourage the scaling up of Cloud innovation at local level (e.g. through mentoring programmes) so that it is used more broadly in different areas of a given organisation.
Promote the availability and use of Open Educational Resources (OER) for broadening and updating learning content.
Invest in structures, such as national and/or transnational inter-linked portals, to share Cloud opportunities, exchange knowledge and success stories.