Educational technology is enabling colleges and primary/secondary school districts to reshape how students are taught. Mobile student devices have ushered in a new era of personalized learning with digital content delivery, flipped classrooms, eTextbooks, adaptive learning, and the concept of competency based education. These new styles of learning in turn require that every student have access to a computing device on the school network. Many students now own personal Wi-Fi devices that may also be permitted to connect to the network in certain locations and during specified hours. To address these needs, colleges and primary/secondary school districts are implementing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) on their campuses. Here are the critical technology issues facing colleges and school districts as they implement the BYOD computing. Addressing these issues brings colleges and school districts another step closer to achieving the objectives of learning success for all students.
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Network for One-to-One Computing for K-12 and Primary/Secondary School Districts
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