In order to make the teaching and learning experience easier, Olentangy School District invested in the single sign-in solution OneClick, by ClassLink.
Many K-12 schools are trading in their old mobile device management policies and clunky hardware, including laptops, to invest in more secure and mobile-friendly solutions – iPads.
Listen Technologies’ ListenPoint 2.0 Soundfield system is helping students at Channing Hall hear teachers better in the classroom, and increase student attentiveness.
Ramsey School turned to its 15-year relationship with Lightpath to expand its network bandwidth and enable 1:1 capabilities with students, which includes supporting 2,000 iPads.
After Gateway School District installed Skyward, a student administrative software solution, schools were able to keep better tabs on internal affairs, including students’ grades, online enrollment, curriculum goals, health files, and more.
Katherine McClain, an economics instructor at the University of Georgia, invested in MyEconLab by Pearson to better manage her students’ learning.
When college students have to pay for solutions like online learning forums, their bank accounts and experience-based satisfaction go down.
The university implemented service management solutions by EasyVista Inc. to benefit from automation and better management.
University of Delaware Campus Police rap to the tune of Drake’s “Hotline Bling” to remind students to stay safe on campus.
By partnering with Extreme Networks, Utica College was able to undergo a network infrastructure rebuild.