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 white papers please contact Mallory Bundy via email.


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Chardon Local Schools Connects Directly to First Responders with an Instant Line of Communication

Learn how Chardon Local Schools in Ohio has transformed safety for their students and staff. By implementing SchoolSAFE, MOTOTRBO™ digital radios and APX™ 4500 base station with O2 control heads, schools are able to communicate directly with public safety in an emergency. Discover why real-life training is integral to their success. Read this case study to get the full story.


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Tech Spotlight: Thawte in Education

With the ever-changing advances in technology and the internet, it is imperative that you stay on top of the latest security measures at your institution to protect sensitive data. Download this comprehensive eBook highlighting recent security trends in education to learn more about what you need to do to protect your institution from potential threats.


Case Study: 7x Increase in Contract Signoff Speed Helps Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools Purchasing Provide Better Service

See how Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) improved overall efficiency and productivity with the implementation of DocuSign to execute contracts faster than ever before - from over 500 per year, up from 279 in the previous year.


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Universities Improve the Value of Higher Education with eSignatures

While the price tag of higher education has escalated in the last 30 years, its impact on earnings has also gained significance. Furthermore, with tuition inflating even faster than healthcare costs, family incomes cannot keep up. Higher education therefore becomes unaffordable for many students. This report examines how forward-thinking universities are leveraging and implementing the use of eSignature technologies to run more efficiently, eliminate excessive expenses and improve the overall value provided to students.


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Best Practices for Evaluating Digital Curricula

Thoughtful evaluation and selection of digital curricula is necessary to ensure educational technology meaningfully impacts student learning. Whether a school is building a blended learning program or simply wants to enhance learning with technology, it is critical to evaluate the quality of digital learning programs.


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Case Study: St. Andrew's College

St. Andrew’s has embraced technology as a critical tool in enhancing the learning experience. Interactive projectors, HD TV screens in the classroom, a campus-wide wireless network, and other elements help make lessons more engaging; however, there is one vital device which plays a more important role. Download this case study to learn how St. Andrew's partnered with Fujitsu to equip all students and faculty members with LIFEBOOK T5010 tablets.


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Case Study: Paul VI Catholic High School

Paul VI Catholic School wanted to develop a laptop program that would equip its students and teachers with the right tools to increase classroom learning, prepare their students for college, and to develop the 21st Century skill sets required by today’s employers. Download this White Paper to learn about their comprehensive selection process and how they are using their new laptops to revolutionize the learning process.


The Case for 3D Printing at Your School

In the commercial world, 3D printing is revolutionizing the way products are designed and produced by making the manufacturing process more efficient and cost effective. But there’s also plenty of anecdotal evidence that 3D printing is making an impact in K-12. It’s engaging students, teaching them the fundamentals of design and manufacturing, and inspiring them to consider careers in science and engineering. Read this whitepaper to gain insights into how to make the case to your school or district leadership for making 3D printing a part of the curriculum.