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Women’s Institute Rejuvenates STEM Learning

- November 30, 2016 - 1 Comment

Mody University’s focus is delivering quality STEM education to women from all around the world. Their vision goes beyond transforming the educational experience to also ensuring a connected student experience.

Embarking on a bold digital journey, Mody University saw the wireless environment as the foundation of their connected learning vision. However, the university had outgrown its initially leading Wi-Fi environment. The advent of BYOD (bring your own device) placed added burden on the existing network. Additionally, faculty were looking to leverage video and other global resources within the classroom and students required connectivity to educational resources from any location; gone were the days of trekking to the Computer Center for access.

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To bring their connected learning vision to life, Mody enabled high-speed digital learning with a Cisco Catalyst Switching network foundation, advanced bring-your-own-device capabilities using Cisco Aironet access points, campus protection using Next-Generation Firewalls and simplified IT management with Cisco Prime Infrastructure and Smart Net Total Care Service.

Since the deployment, Mody University has increased their recruitment and retention rates by transforming global access to resources for students and teachers while also ensuring students can connect with confidence to remote family and friends.

To learn more about Mody University and their partnership with Cisco, read the full case study here.

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  1. Great. It’s very useful. I appreciate it. Thanks very much. http://www.bci.edu.bd/