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We know stakeholders, students, and citizens are all demanding more, putting even greater strain on an organization’s infrastructure and expertise. There’s no “one size fits all” solution to optimize data center efficiency. Can hyperconvergence help?
Sponsored By Lenovo
The face of technology is changing in K-12 schools. More and more schools are successfully adopting 1:1 technology programs where every student has a laptop, and/or bring your own device (BYOD) programs where students are allowed to use their own laptops or tablets, moving away from carts wheeling computers from classroom to classroom for students to use when it’s their turn. There are numerous challenges to making this digital transition, as revealed by a recent survey conducted by THE Journal and sponsored by Dell Security. Primary among those challenges are ensuring cybersecurity, providing technology training, and keeping up with upgrades.
Sponsored By Dell Security
It’s not simply that students learn in different places and spaces, they actually learn differently depending on the where and when. Understanding this new learning landscape is key to designing successful digital learning programs.
An important element of building a learning environment that prepares students for their future is to equip them with the tools that allows them to inquire, collaborate and create and that they are most likely to use after high school. That means giving them access to Windows 10 and Office 365 Education and a computing device designed for learning. Not only does Windows 10 based devices give students access to a powerful tool for learning, but getting those students comfortable with modern office technology will help prepare them for success after graduation.
Sponsored By Dell and Microsoft
Today’s students approach learning in vastly different ways as a result of their ubiquitous technology use. Speak Up survey findings identify the top 10 trends that every school and district administrator should be aware of, as well as, consider when addressing the instructional needs of today’s students.
Sponsored By Acer
Discover what students, teachers, parents and administrators are saying about their use of Web 2.0 tools outside of school, the likelihood of these tools used professionally and the attitudes about using such tools in the classroom. This webinar provides a fresh perspective on Web 2.0 behavior and the linkage between personal use of these tools and the rate of inclusion of those tools in instruction.
Sponsored By Speak Up