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.
With the variety of Chromebooks available on the market, finding the best Chromebook for your specific needs can often be a daunting task. Download this study to discover the difference in Chromebook performance levels regarding battery life, note-taking, presentation creation abilities, and more!
Sponsored By GovConnection
The integrity of content is often compromised when students share work created on their devices with teachers and classmates that are using different mobile or desktop devices. Calculation errors, graphical misrepresentations, the loss of valuable data and analysis, and other functionality can reveal themselves only when files are opened on different platforms. Access this 2-page brief to learn more about how your school or district can avoid the perils of content decay.
Sponsored By Intel
BYOD’s core appeal: enabling schools to have personalized, one-to-one learning programs with greater student engagement and accountability, but without buying the student hardware, maintaining, or repairing it. However, administrators must first decide what they want—or need—to accomplish with these “free” devices. That will help drive what devices will work best in their programs. Access this document to learn more about key considerations for planning and implementing a BYOD Framework.
Sponsored By Intel
We expect that when a student creates a document—and a teacher, peer or parent reviews or edits the document—content with all feedback and markings will appear consistently from teacher to student, no matter what device each one uses. But nothing could be further from the truth. Integrity of documents—or content fidelity—is one of the most significant, yet seldom talked about, challenges for educators to manage. Access this document to learn more about content decay and what schools can do to minimize it.
Sponsored By Intel
Access this 2013 study that provides a valuable snapshot of the current state of communications in school districts across the country. You’ll discover what school, district and education professionals have identified as the top priorities for today’s school communication systems, along with their perceptions of where their current systems succeed and fall short, plus so much more.
Sponsored By Motorola
Download this whitepaper to see how both Dell and Microsoft work together to simplify your IT. Windows 8 is ready to give your business the tools you need to meet your workers' changing IT needs in a way that's reliable, productive and secure.
Sponsored By Dell | Microsoft
A new six-point approach to professional development aims to increase teacher effectiveness, address achievement gaps in student performance, and create lasting success in the 21st century classroom.
Sponsored By Teaching Channel
The Rowan-Salisbury School System is comprised of 35 schools, about 20,000 students, and roughly 3,000 employees. They were facing the growth pains that come for school districts that embrace high-tech trends. They needed to accommodate an influx of Apple iPads, iPod Touches, laptops, and other popular Wi-Fi-enabled mobile devices on its wireless network. Learn how the Rowan-Salisbury School System deployed a Wireless LAN that allowed students to use the same device in the classroom as they use at home, providing an enriched learning experience for the students.
Sponsored By Aerohive Networks