The Wait Experience Module reduces stress and wasted time while standing in lines on college campuses across the country.
When asked if they prefer Macs or PCs for a laptop, most students said they preferred a Mac.
An initiative that provides students with personal laptops and tablets is helping to prepare Winona State University students for life in the digital world.
This roundup features tablets designed to excel in the classroom. We’ve also talked to tech experts to provide you with 7 tips for choosing the right device for your school to meet the unique needs of your students.
Today’s “smartphones” do more than make phone calls. Similarly, just about any tablet or mini-tablet, including an iPod Touch, not to mention any notebook or desktop computer, can also act as a telephone. But, even the term telephone does not truly encompass what these devices can do. Learn how to cut fees and use your mobile device for your telecom needs.
Each operating system (OS) in the mobile market relies on a handful of proprietary or mission critical apps that accomplish all of your basic needs. Specifically, based on the common uses of mobile devices, OS’s feature the most comprehensive email, file sharing and contact networking apps in order to give customers the basic tools they need to get the most out of their devices.
Customers transitioning straight from web applications to their smart device will mostly like be entering the market with a bias towards their most trusted products. Google and Microsoft all offer products that can be accessed online as well as on a mobile device. Products like email services with congruent cloud drives and proprietary social networks have grown with mobile technology and are accurately replicated and developed further on mobile devices.
See how the Passaic City Schools prepared teachers for a 1:1 deployment of Samsung Chromebooks. The pilot teachers did 60 hours of professional development, reviewing topics like digital citizenship, managing a 1:1 classroom and more. Passaic technology coaches share their pain points and offer advice for preparing for your own 1:1.
The Eloy School District Located in rural Arizona has deployed Samsung School, an integrated classroom technology solution, through a federal School Improvement Grant. The district has reported greater levels of student engagement and higher attendance rates.
The technology director at Morningside College talks about testing Google Glass and how wearable technology could change education. She discusses the implications for computer science students, health sciences and distance learning.
The Guilford County School district in North Carolina has purchased over 21,000 Amplify tablets as part of a personalized learning initiative. The district’s director of Instructional Technology shares his goals for mobile learning and how the district is preparing teachers to rethink insturction.