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Big District Wi-Fi® Technology for Small and Medium-Sized Districts  

Big District Wi-Fi® Technology for Small and Medium-Sized Districts
Duration: 60 minutes

Enabling enhanced online learning opportunities is an important issue for school systems but it is particularly challenging for small and medium-sized districts. Attend this webinar to learn how administrators at the 2,300-student Hamilton Heights, IN, School Corporation implemented a 1:1 computing strategy with a limited IT budget and staff by leveraging a virtual wireless LAN architecture.

Keys to a successful iPad initiative  

Keys to a successful iPad initiative
Duration: 60 minutes

A successful iPad initiative depends on a strong strategy and rock-solid network foundation. View this Web seminar to learn about Archbishop Riordan High School’s journey from deciding to adopt iPads in the classroom to the actual implementation. Steve Johnston, Director of Academic Technology, will cover the go-decision, benefits, challenges, and lessons learned.

The Pervasive Wireless Campus: Creating Life-Long Learners - Recorded Webinar  

The Pervasive Wireless Campus: Creating Life-Long Learners - Recorded Webinar
Duration: 60 minutes

The majority of students today were raised in the Information Age. Outside the classroom, they have anytime, anywhere access to information. Join us to gain the student's perspective on how bringing technology into the classroom will instill a love of life-time learning for them and help them succeed in today’s world. Plus, learn how a virtual wireless LAN solution can help tackle your top IT challenges.

The "Age of Mobilism" in K12 education  

The "Age of Mobilism" in K12 education
Duration: 35 minutes

Join District Administration (DA) web seminar editor, J.D. Solomon, and DA columnists Elliot Soloway and Cathleen Norris for an interactive discussion about classroom applications of mobile technology. Elliot Soloway is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan and Chair of ISTE's Special Interest Group on Mobile Learning. Cathleen Norris is a Regents Professor at the University of North Texas and a past ISTE president.

Going BYOD? The case for virtualizing your wireless network  

Going BYOD? The case for virtualizing your wireless network
Duration: 55 minutes

There’s been a lot of talk about BYOD and 1:1 computing, but how do you get there? Current hardware controller-based wireless networks aren’t set up for the influx of wireless devices, extra security needed, and increased bandwidth requirements. Virtualization is the answer. View this webcast to hear a case study from New Jersey's Sterling High School on its virtualized WLAN implementation. The presenters are Joshua Fleig, assistant business administrator, South Jersey Technology Partnership, a service of Sterling High School, Somerdale, NJ, and Chris Koeneman, vice president of sales, Bluesocket Business Group, ADTRAN.

Creating a Scalable BYOD Access Strategy An Actionable BYOD Strategy and Solution Checklist  

Creating a Scalable BYOD Access Strategy An Actionable BYOD Strategy and Solution Checklist
Duration: 55 minutes

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is no longer just a passing fad. It is quickly becoming a reality. As school districts continue to embrace BYOD, having a strong access strategy truly opens up the world of learning, enabling new, interactive approaches. This is a total transformation of the learning environment and requires a new way of thinking. Having an access strategy to support BYOD requires understanding both the technical and financial aspects of building a robust wireless network. View this webinar presented by Zeus Kerravala, from ZK Research.