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Integrating iPads, Mobile Devices, and Google Into Your Learning Environment

Posted on August 12, 2012

ClassLink’s FREE Webinar on LaunchPad which is tailored to the specific needs of Cloud friendly schools!

ClassLink invites you to take an exclusive look into the Industry leading 1:1 and BYOD enabler, LaunchPad. This Session will include an Interactive Question and Answer period and interactive chat forum where you will be able to chat directly with the Classlink’s Leadership and Engineering Team.

 

Go 1to1: Focus on Learning with iPads and Cloud Computing

Posted on July 14, 2012

Use of iPads in the classroom is expected to increase dramatically in the coming years but schools have real challenges with making effective use of them. IPads inspire creativity and hands-on learning, but can create complexity in traditional learning environments. Learn from our panelists and see a demonstration of using iPads and iPhones to access network resources, windows applications and file storage efficiently and effectively through a Virtual Desktop.

 

Savvy School Leaders Improve Learning Through Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) Projects

Posted on May 1, 2012

Considering a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) project? You’re not alone. 58% of all districts in the U.S. categorize themselves as ‘considering BYOD’ (Another 32% already have BYOD projects underway!). Our expert panel will share how successful schools have leveraged Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) projects into instruction improvements.

 

Secure Wireless Strategies for BYOD & 1:1

Posted on March 14, 2012

Bring Your Own Device & Technology initiatives are on the minds of educators everywhere this year. Everyone is asking the technologist if their school or district is ready for BYOD. Is yours? Learn how other schools have implemented their own BYOD and secure wireless network. Hear from industry experts on how they evaluate and set up networks to support these mobile devices.

 

Bring Your Own (BYO): Crawl, Walk, Run

Posted on March 1, 2012

Bring Your Own Technology initiatives are top of mind for school administrators everywhere this year. Regardless of size, location or demographics, schools across the nation need to improve learning and they acknowledge that technology can help. Today’s budget realities require new approaches. The paradigm shift of allowing student/teacher owned devices leave administrators wondering how to best create safe and improved learning environments.