OneRoster and FACTS.education: How they help your classrooms
Posted on October 1, 2015
To move from textbooks to online resources, schools need to deliver class rosters to all the digital learning websites used in classrooms. The new ClassLink OneRoster uses open technology standards to securely, instantly and freely make that possible.
In this webinar, you will:
Understand how FACTS.education is advocating for free and secure delivery of class rosters
How you can eliminate hours and hours of managing tedious roster spreadsheets<
See ClassLink OneRoster instantly deliver class rosters to major publishers
Learn why ClassLink OneRoster is free for schools and free for publishers too
New Updates to the ClassLink Management Console
Posted on June 16, 2015
The new console features a responsive interface and a new look & feel, with new features for all tenant administrators to enjoy. In this webinar, we go over the new features built into the updated ClassLink Management Console, and more.
Accessing Network Drives on Chromebooks
Posted on June 12, 2015
To meet their growing technology demands, more districts are turning to low-cost Chromebooks. Though these initiatives deliver more devices to more students, Chromebooks lack features districts rely on, such as the ability to access drives on the school network. In this webinar, we’ll show you how ClassLink, lets Chromebooks access your network drives, and more, with just 30 minutes from set up to deployment.
Blended Learning in Higher Education: The Best of Both Worlds
Posted on May 15, 2015
When colleges and universities blend online courses with face-to-face instruction, can students get the “best of both worlds”? According to the latest studies, blended courses not only improve learning outcomes, but can raise student satisfaction and reduce meeting times. In this webinar, we speak to two educators about their experiences with blended learning in higher education.
The Secret to a Successful BYOD Initiative
Posted on April 30, 2015
Schools everywhere are adopting Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies as a cost-effective way to get more technology to more students. But while this policy can dramatically improve learning outcomes, educators implementing BYOD face obstacles. In this webinar, we discuss how districts can design a BYOD policy to reap the benefits while avoiding pitfalls.