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.


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.


The Digital Revolution in Higher Education

As its title implies, this book provides an optimistic vision through a series of thoughtful, if not a provocative collection of writings from those closest to the system. No discussion regarding the digital revolution in higher education is complete without taking into account the viewpoints of the innovators, the faculty, the students, the chief information officer, and the administration. The Digital Revolution in Higher Education is all about the changes regarding the advances in technology and how institutions of higher learning along with nontraditional organizations are utilizing these powerful new tools. Learn how this revolution will help reshape higher education.


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.


Fun Ideas for #ActiveLearning In a STEAM Environment with 3D Printing

The best learning isn’t a “spectator sport.” It engages students in activities that push them to write and talk and, most of all, create. Here are the top ideas for helping your students engage in their learning through 3D design and printing.


Mobile Device Management 101

As iPad usage continues to grow in schools around the world, are you grappling with how to deploy, inventory, and secure the devices in your environment? In this e-book, you’ll learn how to manage iPad and discover ways to leverage these devices for more than just communication.


Your Complete Guide to Technology STEM

Learning science, technology, engineering and math goes better when students and educators have ready access to computing devices with Intel® technology. This guide provides practical advice to help you optimize what you’re doing.


Modern Tools for a Modern Education

Students need a broad set of skills to be successful in today’s world. To better help them prepare, K-12 districts throughout the country are taking a blended approach to achieve personalized learning. Making that transition successfully starts with envisioning what learning should look like and how to create authentic learning experiences. Download this white paper to learn how two school districts, Cabarrus County Schools in North Carolina and Lake Travis Independent School District in Texas are currently making that transition.


Myths Revealed: Technology in the Classroom

With Apple’s ability to provide an abundant amount of resources and content to promote creativity, facilitate interaction and deliver a differentiated learning experience, why would some parents, teachers, school administrators and IT staff be hesitant to implement an iPad program?