iPads, Tablets and Wi-Fi Enabled Devices in the Classroom
— Is Your Network Ready to Support Them?

Mobility is the new norm. Primary and secondary students are growing up around wireless connectivity. Many already depend on it for class work. When we grow wireless user density in classrooms, teachers can engage connected students in new ways and enhance learning.If you have any questions about your wireless network infrastructure, please send an email to info@xirrus.com

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Wireless Solutions for Primary/Secondary Schools: Solution Brief

Smart schools improve learning with intelligent wireless networking.

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Glen Ellyn School Uses Digital Signage to Enhance Curriculum: White Paper

Download this white paper to learn how Glen Ellyn school built technology into the curriculum while simultaneously upgrading systems to disseminate information.


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Trends in Digital Learning: Students' Views on Innovative Classroom Models: White Paper

Today’s Digital Learner: Digital resources. Multi-media projects. Collaborating online. Online research. Today’s students are connected. Learn how you can increase student engagement with this trends report from Project Tomorrow that offers students’ views on innovative classroom models.


On-Demand Webinar:

  • iPads in the Classroom: Understanding Wi-Fi Performance and Device Management for BYOD

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    The Gartner Group recently commented "Without proper planning deploying iPads will require 300% more Wi-Fi." That statement reflects the dramatic impact the iPad has had on networks. It is not just iPads though – over 1 million wireless-only mobile devices (tablets, smart phones, etc.) are being activated every day. The majority of Wi-Fi networks are just not designed to support these loads.
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  • 100 Mbps the New Minimum for 'Critical' Broadband Services in Schools

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  • Why BYOD, Not Banning Cell Phones, Is the Answer

    It's difficult to have a conversation about using cell phones for learning without someone complaining that the phones will be a distraction. These complaints are presumably made by those who have never been in schools where cell phones are used as learning tools. Those who have know that not only do teachers find distraction is not an issue, they also find students are more engaged and excited about learning. 05/09/12 Full Article

More Mobility Resources:

  • Wi-Fi Reference Posters Wi-Fi Poster

    The various wireless technologies, standards, architectures and acronyms can be a confusing mess to understand. That’s why Xirrus created an educational Wi-Fi Reference Poster Program to help get you up to speed on Wi-Fi and its related topics. Download PDF

  • Video Case Study: Xirrus Makes e-Learning Possible at Corona-Norco Unified School District Video capture

    Millis has been a leader in technology-driven learning programs to improve learning and communications for their 1,700 students and faculty. By Deploying Xirrus Wi-Fi Arrays, Millis Public Schools has been able to further expand on their personalized learning initiative, providing solid and reliable wireless connections for their computer-based applications and 1:1 Apple® iPad initiative. Length: 00:03:52 View Now

  • Video Case Study: Xirrus Makes e-Learning Possible at Corona-Norco Unified School District Video capture

    IT Manager, Brian Troudy explains why he chose Xirrus over Cisco. Length: 00:04:57 View Now

  • Wi-Fi Tool: Wi-Fi Inspector Video capture

    The Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector is a powerful tool for managing and troubleshooting the Wi-Fi on a Windows XP SP2 or later, Vista, or 7 laptop. Built in tests enable you to characterize the integrity and performance of your Wi-Fi connection. Applications include: Managing and troubleshooting Wi-Fi connections, detecting rogue Aps, locating Wi-Fi devices, verifying Wi-Fi coverage, and more! Download Now

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