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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Classroom Live Streaming on a Budget

Live stream PA announcements, assemblies, sporting events and other events such as graduation ceremonies! This e-book will help you get started live streaming, and give you tips to establish a successful, budget-conscious live streaming setup for your school.


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Choosing the Right Technologies to Transform Learning

No question about it: Technology can — and does — enhance learning at every stage from kindergarten through high school. School districts have access to more learning resources, services, tools, and products than ever before, including a wide range of highly portable devices. Download this white paper to learn how increasingly, laptops, tablets, and other devices powered by Intel® Core™ and Intel® Atom™ processors are helping districts transform education from a rigid one-size-fits-all experience to a flexible environment in which students become independent,self-directed learners in the classroom and beyond.


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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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Driving Outcomes with One-to-One Initiatives 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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Powering Student Learning with Data Analytics in K-12 Infographic

THE Journal surveyed K-12 education decision-makers on the use of data and its impact on student learning in their schools and districts. Download this informative infographic to learn why they said the smart use of big data and learning analytics contributes to better pedagogies, empowered students and improved outcomes.


Network Readiness Guide

As new educational concepts are tested and adopted, such as 1:1 learning, flipped learning, bring your own device (BYOD), and professional development, it is important to understand how the new applications required to address these trends function, the amount of additional bandwidth needed to support them, and the impact they have upon existing applications. Download this guide to learn suggestions on what questions you should ask, a process to consider, and action points around network preparedness for Common Core assessments for grades 3–11.


Success Factors of Digitally Connected Community

Download this white paper to learn the challenges currently facing local educational entities, describe 10 exemplary local alliances that enabled connection to CalREN in California, and finish with a set of recommendations for other local entities wishing to create a successful local consortium that could duplicate this success for themselves and for their local educational ecosystems.


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Enabling Bring Your Own Device

The idea of bring your own device (BYOD) for connectivity has been well recognized in most networking environments. This trend has only increased in recent years as more students have turned to personal computing devices as study aides as connectivity has become easier and costs have fallen. This white paper explores the impact of BYOD on modern education network environments through education-specific cases and a deeper look at the evolving needs of wired and wireless network access on campus.