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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Sponsored By GovConnection
Data has become the lifeblood of education. Governments predicate their school funding on it; districts demonstrate the effectiveness of their practices with it; schools prove the merits of their instructional approaches by it; instructors redirect their lesson plans because of it. This white paper reveals how you can use business analytics to make sense of all your data to drive decision making andimprove student performance and student retention.
Sponsored By IBM
This whitepaper will uncover the results of the research of Professor Dr. Anne Bamford, the Director of the International Research Agency, regarding the use of 3D animations on students learning performance, especially in testing.
Sponsored By Texas Instruments
This paper explores the potential advantages of using desktop virtualization for PCs rather than taking the traditional approach where every computer has its own operating system, resident applications, memory, processing power, and storage.
Sponsored By VMware
Expanding and upgrading your school district’s outdated LAN network is vital in meeting the multimedia needs of your students and faculty while preventing network outages, spotty coverage, and security concerns. Learn how Gilbert Public Schools found a broadband network solution that saved them $2 million over other proposals.
Sponsored By HP
In this white paper, GroupLogic, the leading provider of solutions for the cross-platform enterprise, will explore the challenges faced by K-12 institutions today, as well as some of the inherent benefits of those same issues.
Sponsored By GroupLogic
The pressure to achieve in K-12 education has never been greater. Students are expected to learn more, teachers and administrators are expected to do more, and all of this has to be measured more, even while budgets are cut. This strategy guide explains how you can upgrade technology, standardize equipment and improve IT practices in your school district...
Sponsored By HP and Intel®
Maintaining productive and smoothly running business operations is essential for today’s campuses. They need reliable IT systems—servers, storage, networked PCs, and printers—that will not only support their internal operations, but also can quickly adapt to changing business conditions.
Sponsored By HP and Intel®