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The shift in Education towards Mobile Learning

- May 5, 2015 - 1 Comment

Technology is important to children in terms of how they learn and how they live. A challenge for many school districts is the ability to offer a mobile learning by putting digital resources in a student’s hands with constrained funding for education.

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Katy Independent School District located in Katy TX needed a wireless infrastructure that would support this vision. With over 62,000 students, Katy ISD needed to move from a wireless network that was built for coverage to a network that is built for density. By providing 802.11ac-based Wi-Fi access points in classrooms and outdoor locations and centralized management, the school district is supporting more than 40,000 concurrent Wi-Fi users and empowering faculty, students and staff.

Through Cisco’s Unified Access Solution including Aironet Access Points; Catalyst Switching; Nexus Switching; ASA; Prime; Services, Katy ISD has:

  • Provided an excellent Wi-Fi experience for students, staff, and guests
  • Enabled successful BYOD and digital equity programs
  • Improved teacher and student satisfaction

For more information, please visit the Katy Independent School District Case Study page. Also, please view the online webinar called Deploying 802.11ac in the Real World featuring Joe Christoffersen, the Director of Technology Operations at Katy ISD.

 

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    Thanks for sharing Bill

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