Tag Archives: BYOD

Year in Review: Hottest EdTrends of 2017

Game-based platform and educator surveys say, what’s hot and not, reflections on trends and learnings over past 12 months. GUEST COLUMN | by Erik Harrell As 2017 is coming to a close, not only this is a great time to … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Aruba ClearPass

To meet evolving educational and content delivery demands and protect school networks from poor user behavior as well as BYOD, IoT and malicious threats, Aruba has added a number of new features to its award-winning ClearPass Policy Manager solution. Known for … Continue reading

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Worry-Free Wi-Fi

How my school district achieved the impossible. GUEST COLUMN | by Jenel Travis It seems like as soon as the FCC allocated E-Rate funding to be used for wireless services, all of us in public education IT started to think … Continue reading

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Embracing Virtualization

Four schools solve their biggest edtech challenges with a simple solution. GUEST COLUMN | by Ilan Paretsky Virtualization technology is changing the modern classroom. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and HTML5 capabilities extend the reach and flexibility of students, … Continue reading

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How to Give Tests in Online Courses

Colleges and universities face new challenges administering tests for online courses. GUEST COLUMN | by Don Kassner The popularity of online education is growing. Attracted by the flexibility and convenience, students are enrolling in online courses in greater numbers. The … Continue reading

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A Mobile Operation

Why iOS 8 will disrupt classroom learning this fall. GUEST COLUMN | by G. McGlynn By the time the first few weeks of September wind down, students, teachers, and school administration have all eased back into their usual routines and … Continue reading

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EdTech Mobility

A major challenge, or a browser tab away? GUEST COLUMN | by Ilan Paretsky For a while now, advancements and innovation in education technology, or edtech, have targeted many areas – such as learning and training software, student testing and … Continue reading

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Head of Class

Mobile/BYOD strategies enable innovative learning.  GUEST COLUMN | by Bill Odell These days when students get ready for school, they’re as likely to bring their own device as their own lunch. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)/mobility phenomena is transforming … Continue reading

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Left to Their Own Smart Devices

3 lessons educators can learn from the enterprise BYOD trend. GUEST COLUMN | by Omer Eiferman As anyone immersed in education will tell you, today’s students rely on their mobile devices more than ever before. According to a recent Pew … Continue reading

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Ready or Not

Four must-do’s for building next-gen wi-fi for Common Core and beyond. GUEST COLUMN | by Kezia Gollapudi Ready or not, Common Core is here now! If you are a school district getting ready to roll out the Common Core-based Smarter … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Hapara

Using Google Apps for Education in your classroom? If so, then you have probably found, like many other educators around the globe, that Google offers powerful, engaging tools for students. You’ll probably also have discovered that the more your students … Continue reading

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Directing Technology

A small southern school district makes its way forward into the 21st century INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero As the Technology Director for 3,400-student Alma School District in Alma, Arkansas, Thad Nipp wants more for his school: more interactive classrooms, … Continue reading

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Evolving E-Rate

Why our technology support structures must be updated and refined to keep pace GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Stephens Okay, I’ll admit it:  I’m a nerd.  As much as the self-conscious among us would prefer to be known as technologists, … Continue reading

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Trends | 10 Key Findings of CoSN’s K-12 IT Leadership Survey 2013

The Consortium for School Networking in partnership with MCH Strategic Data has released its first annual IT Leadership survey. Providing valuable information about how education leaders are leveraging technology, one can see potential changes, trends, challenges and priorities. From IT … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Integration

Connecting devices, e-content and management systems to learning GUEST COLUMN | by John Williams In this new world of tight budgets and shrinking resources, schools have never been under more pressure than they are now to get the “digital thing” … Continue reading

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Tools That Do Not Make a Teacher’s Life Easier

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis I’d like to thank all of those who recognize how difficult a teacher’s job is and who want to make it easier—but let me help you realize what I as a teacher do not … Continue reading

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Enabling Mobile Learning

Getting the right apps and content to students to enable quality mobile learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Tyce Miller It’s not a secret that the world is going digital or that mobile devices have changed the way we operate in … Continue reading

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Enabling the University Campus for Tomorrow, Today

GUEST COLUMN | by Steven E. Alter From the student’s perspective (the customer from a service delivery view point), network access — specifically wireless connectivity and the ability to connect any device, securely — to the Arcadia University’s network — … Continue reading

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Trends | Going BYOD

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Trends | Student Access to Digital Learning Devices

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Breaking Down the Barriers to Mobile Device Management

Delivering a Secure, Productive User Workspace on any Device GUEST COLUMN | by Peter terSteeg Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is rapidly becoming an industry standard, both from the standpoint of the enterprise IT and the end user. The enterprise … Continue reading

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A Brief History in Digital Literacy

GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Stephens Do you remember bulletin board systems? If you don’t, that’s okay – it’s a pretty computer-geekish thing to remember. BBSes were ad-hoc computer networks – primitive by today’s standards – that existed in the … Continue reading

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Interview | Scott Kraege Alleviates Mobile Pain for Education

Bring Your Own Device programs, IT policies and strategies in the K-12 and higher education sectors are all the purvey of Scott Kraege, an expert in the space and co-founder of MOBI wireless management. His work in setting up pilot … Continue reading

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Interview | Partnering Up for 21st-Century Skills

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills, or P21, recently partnered with Wireless Generation. P21 has worked hard to build a broad coalition of education, business and nonprofit organizations and foundations all focused on 21st-century readiness for every student. “Every new … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Top Hat Monocle

With Apple entering the ‘digital academic learning’ arena, education technology has found a global and mainstream audience overnight. As many of us already know, however, adoption of iTextbooks and the pursuit of a dynamic paperless campus will remain a distant … Continue reading

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