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Meeting the Demand for Broadband

Delivering cellular services on large campuses

As districts across the U.S. struggle with growing bandwidth issues caused by 1-to-1 implementation, BYOD, online testing and more, this case study of how Yale University made mobile access easy campuswide should provide some helpful advice.

Lafayette (La.) Schools Seek Wireless Access Expansion

By the spring, all Lafayette Parish School System high schools and middle schools could have more wireless access points to make it easier for teachers to incorporate more e-learning into the classroom, said LaShona Dickerson, the district’s instructional technology director.

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Central Dauphin School District Chooses SafeConnect for 1-to-1 Computing Initiative with Wireless Network

Central Dauphin (Pa.) School District (CDSD) has chosen SafeConnect to manage its wireless network and extend it to students and faculty, allowing access to a variety of learning resources such as Moodle and Scholarport. SafeConnect, widely implemented by both leading colleges and K-12 school districts to meet 1-to-1 computing initiatives, identifies and authenticates mobile devices and provides a mechanism to assess and enforce network security policies in real time.

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The $100 Computer Is Here Today

One-to-one across the nation by 2015 is inevitable.

YouTube for Schools Makes its Debut

Many districts have blocked YouTube saying it was a distraction. Its new portal, however, offers solutions to teachers.

Flipped Class Method Gaining Ground

Clintondale (Mich.) Community Schools’ high school has turned the traditional school day upside-down.
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Google's Once-Buggy Gmail App Returns to the App Store

After what can only be described as a poor start for Google's much-anticipated Gmail app for Apple's iOS platform, the software has returned.

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How to Update your Network on a Budget

Districts learn shortcuts in building an infrastructure that keeps up with demands for new technology, but doesn't cost a fortune.

Should Districts Require Student-Owned Devices?

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