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  • Blog Post: BYOD: School Discussion Paper

    Written by our colleagues in Australia, this discussion paper examines potential deployment models from teaching, learning and IT management perspectives with a view helping institutions to realise their 1:1 learning objectives. Some of the references are specific to the Australian market, but this paper...
  • Blog Post: Transformation at St Birinus - Part one, The Push for change

    Guest post by education writer Gerald Haigh A large and successful secondary school for boys sets out to use technology to further improve its strong record of student attainment. Working in a strategic partnership with consultancy 3E, and managed ICT services specialist Civica, the school is developing...
  • Blog Post: Bett 2013: BYOD in education session

    At Bett 2013, our Microsoft Learn Live Theatre will be host for sessions, delivered by teachers, network managers and Microsoft staff to reveal how technology can make a real difference within your institution. Our BYOD in education session will be delivered by Kristian Still from Wellington Academy...
  • Blog Post: RM at Bett 2013

    Guest post by RM , one of our Microsoft Bett 2013 partners Right next to the Bett 2013 arena is where you’ll find RM Education at Bett 2013 and the leading school technology partner will be showcasing a range of exciting new products – many of which are free of charge. The Bett things in life from RM...
  • Blog Post: Using Samsung Series 7 slates in the classroom in Australia

    St Catherine's School is a girls school in Sydney with nearly 1,000 students and a 1:1 programme for their students. They are using Samsung Series 7 slates , running Windows and Microsoft OneNote to support learning right across the curriculum. What that means is that they can run all of their existing...
  • Blog Post: 3 core elements to a successful BYOD strategy

    With the plethora of device types now available, the power to work and study where you choose is now a reality. Want to revise in the park sipping a latte, or update a presentation on the bus, there is now an app and device perfectly suited to your needs. This trend, commonly known as the Consumerisation...
  • Blog Post: Some thoughts on BYOD in Education

    Guest post from Gerald Haigh . Gerald is a freelance writer who regularly writes for the Microsoft UK Education Blogs. Over the days since BETT 2012, I’ve spent some time looking at ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD), whereby a school will accept and work with students’ personal devices. I was attracted...
  • Blog Post: Cool new devices for schools at CES

    Originally posted on Anthony Salcito’s Education Insights Blog . I’m back in the office after a quick trip to Las Vegas for CES . I love to walk the show floor each year to see all the new gadgets, not just because it’s fun to tinker with new technology, but because I like to get a first look at the...
  • Blog Post: Choosing the Right Device for your School: Ten Considerations Schools Should Make When Purchasing New Devices

    Today there are a myriad of devices for schools that range from those that are good at doing just one thing to those that promise to do everything. It’s confusing to know which one to choose given your school’s budget, educational goals and existing technology investments. In an era when...
  • Blog Post: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) at Saltash.net

    Post written by Mark Reynolds , Schools Business Manager (South) School IT budgets are under pressure. Many schools have an ageing estate of laptops or netbooks, either allocated to individuals or in laptop trolleys. On the flip side, students and teachers now have access to better and cheaper technology...
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