Magazine article Internet@Schools

BYOD Revisited: Who's Using What Device, Why, and How?

Magazine article Internet@Schools

BYOD Revisited: Who's Using What Device, Why, and How?

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Time marches on, and trends, tactics, and technology march with it, evolving as they go. That can certainly be said for, let's call it, device usage in K-12 educational settings. Oneto-one laptops and notebooks, the BYOD movement, smartphone and tablet usage ... these phenomena are moving along a continuum of applied technology and connectivity in education. So we thought it would be a good idea to review device usage in 2015. And that is what Victor Rivero has done for us through his Tools for Learning feature for this issue.

Victor touched base with in-the-trenches teachers and librarians as well as with leaders at organizations such as Project Tomorrow and the SIIA (Software and Information Industry Association) to get a sense of what's working, what challenges remain, and where things are headed in the realm of BYOD. It's a complex and evolving landscape, but successes are many, and the prognosis is good. Read all about it in "The Bring-Your-Own Dilemma" (page 6). …

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