Whitepapers

Welcome to our free K-12-technology-in-the-classroom white paper and case study library from our sponsors. Click a title to read more or download.If you have any questions or comments about our webcasts please contact Mallory Bundy via email.


Yamagata Prefectural Museum Uses 3D Printing to Recreate a National Treasure

Finally, a museum is encouraging patrons to touch the art. Read this whitepaper to learn how the Yamagata Prefectural Museum is using 3D printing technology to create replicas of a 4,500-year-old national treasure for museumgoers to better learn, explore and touch their history.


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2015 K-12 Wi-Fi Buyer’s Guide

Download this K-12 Wi-Fi Buyer's Guide to learn issues common to Wi-Fi deployments, BYOD and security considerations, how to evaluate different Wi-Fi architectures, and important information about funding your Wi-Fi purchase.


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Checklist for a Successful 1-to-1 Rollout

Rolling out a 1-to-1 initiative is a huge undertaking, but it doesn’t need to be a headache. From your first stakeholder meeting to putting devices in student hands, here’s what your district needs to know to ensure a smooth integration.


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Executive Summary: 1-to-1 in K-12

One-to-one initiatives are vital to the success of new learning environments. By putting mobile devices with Intel® Atom™ or Intel® Core™ processors into the hands of every student and teacher in their schools, districts open the door for a richer, more individualized educational experience. Download this White Paper to learn how two school districts in Texas rolled out their very own one-to-one programs and the amazing outcomes they have experienced.


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Apple Distinguished Educator Expands Teaching and Learning in Her Kindergarten Classroom with Book Creator

What does a resourceful kindergarten teacher do when she can’t find enough good non-fiction books for her kinders? Download this Case Study to learn how Kristi Meeuwse, a kindergarten teacher at Drayton Hall Elementary School in Charleston, S.C., expands teaching and learning with Book Creator.


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Teaching and Validating Digital Literacy Skills

The world is quick to assume that if you know how to use a smart phone, you are a “Digital Native” up to speed with trending technologies and operating systems. However, this is not always the truth.


Leveraging Managed Wireless Services with E-rate

In 2014, the FCC made changes to the E-rate program to open up new options for bringing Wi-Fi into schools. The E-rate program also now allows schools to take advantage of managed wireless services, which can go a long way to maximizing the value of your E-rate dollars.


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Creative Thinking: Why Multi-mode Devices are Finding a Place in K-12 Classrooms

Keeping up with classroom device needs in K-12 is not just a technology decision. Students want consumer functionality. Teachers expect trouble-free integration of devices with minimal need for tech support, and IT hopes for affordable machines that are durable and manageable. A new type of device has come to the forefront that meets these requirements in a rugged and education-friendly form: the multi-mode computer.