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"There are many good reasons not to do BYOD, but don't use the one about 'not everyone having one'...."
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The BYOD conundrumTechnology SpectatorThe trend for employees to bring their own mobile devices into work is gathering pace, as we discuss in the Ovum report The BYOD Gap: trends, strategy, and the state of mobile device management.
BYOT podcast -http://www.thestateoftech.org/ are you chasing the elusive BYOT bandwagon? - In this episode we talk about schools using Bring Your Own Technology initiatives (BYOT, BYOD, BYOL); where students bring personal laptops, tablets, smart phones, and other devices to school. We also explore practical uses, benefits, challenges, and resources.
"No one will be focusing on all of the potential ways in which students can use tablets until we address the misguided perception that these devices are nothing more than toys."
6 Devices that will make campus life more convenient. Technology is changing the world we live in—and the world we learn in as well. The needs of the typical college student have changed, mostly in part, due to technology.
Who knew that BYOD was the new IT religious war? BYOD is inevitable but the Zeitgeist hasn’t quite arrived.
"When we shift our thinking from demanding the government provides one-size-fits-some solutions and move it to let's empower families to take ownership of securing tools for their learning, change can happen...."
Which acronym will win the race - #BYOT or #BYOD?
Teachers said with textbooks alone, only about half the students would participate in class. Now instructors can immediately gauge if everyone gets it.
Presented by Birdville ISD - Crysten Caviness, Instructional Technology Specialist. Cell phones out and on, please! Capitalizing on student-owned devices in the 21st century classroom.
"At New Milford High School we have begun to leverage technology that many students possess. This has led to a Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) initiative, where students are encouraged to bring in their mobile learning devices, which include cell phones or personal computing devices (laptops, tablets, iPod Touches, eReaders, etc). Students that bring their own computing devices have the ability to connect to our secure wireless network. Check out the recent story CBS New York did on our initiative below."
At Mt. Lebanon High School, it's BYOT -- as in, "Bring Your Own Technology."The new initiative was launched this month by the school district to incorporate, rather than prohibit, the use of technology such as laptop computers, smartphones and iPads into the educational curriculum during the school day.
Bring your own device (BYOD) and bring your own technology (BYOT) policies are growing in education and the workplace.
At the Laptop Institute, an annual conference held at the Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis each summer, the topic of a bring your own device (BYOD) model of 1:1 implementations was a very hot topic in 2011.
So let's bifurcate the BYOD concept. The first is BYOPD (Bring Your Own Powerful Device). The second is BAOD (Bring Any Old Device).
But the issues surrounding student use of new and ever more convenient communications devices also raise other questions–not only in dealing with other aspects of emergency response, but also in how to properly integrate ...
"As society is becoming ever more connected there is a is increasing pressure of opinion to support the concept of 24/7 presence even during the school day and on school premises."
Virtualization seems to be everyone’s answer to every problem. For BYOD, it might just be the answer to stressed budgets and user happiness.
According to the Citrix global study of 700 CIOs, 94% of organizations are now planning to allow staff to bring their own devices to work by 2013.
the BYOD (bring your own device) phenomenon is sweeping the globe and daily many thousands of private PCs, iPhones, iPads and the Android versions of smart devices are being hooked up to corporate networks and set to work at their owners’ expense.
In this episode we talk about schools using Bring Your Own Technology initiatives (BYOT, BYOD, BYOL); where students bring personal laptops, tablets, smart phones, and other devices to school. We also explore practical uses, benefits, challenges, and resources.
"Bring-your-own-technology" to school efforts are prompting schools to determine how to set rules for using student-owned computing devices for learning.
Bans on student use of mobile devices exist for some good reasons. So why bother considering a change? There are six reasons that school and system heads should consider allowing students to bring their own devices to school.
VIDEO: Mobile Etiquette in the Classroom – Highlights. Are you surprised by any of the findings from Intel's “Mobile Etiquette” survey? How do you see students using mobile internet-enabled devices (laptops, netbooks, ...
Rangitoto College in Auckland will welcome student devices into the school from next year. ... Rangitoto College in Auckland will welcome student devices into the school from next year. By Sarah Putt | Auckland | Tuesday, ...