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Best Practices Webinar: Planning Your Wireless Network for Mobile Learning

- December 9, 2012 - 0 Comments

Mobile learning is an important trend in education today. The Mooresville Graded School District (MGSD) is at the forefront of this trend with their successful “Digital Conversion” and 1:1 laptop initiative. MGSD embarked on this journey in 2007. Today, MGSD ranks second in the state in overall student achievement even though it is one of the lowest funded districts in North Carolina.

While much of the discussion around mobile learning centers on new devices, MGSD CTO, Dr. Scott Smith, is quick to highlight the importance of a robust network and wireless infrastructure that supports what teachers and students want to do in the classroom.  In this video, Dr. Smith also discusses the importance of making strategic investments to “future proof” the network for evolving models of teaching and learning.

You can hear first-hand from Dr. Smith on December 11th at 9 am PT/12 pm ET, during this live webinar, Best Practices for a Successful K-12 Wireless Network. Key topics will include:

  • Bandwidth: supporting the increasing use of digital content and video
  • BYOT: securely managing multiple devices per user
  • Security: dealing with identity management, malware, viruses, and inappropriate content

We hope you will join us for this free best practices webinar. Register today.

 

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