Remember when you were in school and you had a big test day? Depending on your study habits, you were likely one of two types of students: You studied hard and walked into the test feeling prepared. You didn’t study and walked into the test hoping for a miracle. If you were the second type […]
The development and growth of e-Learning have provided organizations of all sizes the availability of professional and interactive training at their employees’ fingertips.
Today’s education institutions are under rising pressure to integrate technological systems into the classrooms and overall curriculum. At the same time, however, school administrators also have to keep in line with, in many cases, shrinking IT budgets.
Recent changes in the education industry are impacting how institutions leverage their networks, causing a considerable rise in connectivity needs to support these activities.
Today’s educational institutions face a number of obstacles when it comes to network connectivity. This is especially true within the K-12 sector, where schools are dealing with rising connectivity demands and obstacles.
Internet outages do more than inconvenience school districts. For many, they disrupt class curriculum, halt testing, disrupt parent communications and make homework inaccessible. With so much learning moving online, schools can’t afford to lose connectivity.
According to an Ecessa infographic, 99 percent of schools predict that they will need to increase bandwidth before the 2016-2017 school year begins. One of the biggest obstacles to infrastructure upgrades in the education space is cost.
Technology has created new network realities for almost every industry. When it comes to demands for bandwidth in education, the need and the stakes are higher than ever. Districts already have or will soon permit classroom use of student mobile devices. Online courses have been incorporated into curriculum and online testing infrastructures are a must […]
BYOD isn’t just for the workplace, there are more mobile devices in the classroom than ever before. Teachers are harnessing them as a powerful educational tools. Here are three pieces that cover why, how and who is capitalizing on mobile for education.
As Common Core adoption continues to increase, schools are noticing rising demands for network bandwidth in connection with the standards.