(Original Workshop- Tuesday, December 11, 2012)
Wireless networks can enable innovative education models such as 1:1 initiatives, digital curriculum, flipped learning, and “bring your own technology” (BYOT) programs.
While the potential of wireless is being demonstrated across an ever-growing list of K-12 institutions, designing and deploying a robust, secure K-12 wireless network requires careful planning and research.
We invite you to join us for a discussion of best practices for implementing a successful wireless network for K-12 schools.
- Bandwidth: supporting the increasing use of digital content and video
- BYOT: securely managing multiple devices per user
- Security: dealing with identity management, malware, viruses, and inappropriate content
Learn from the experiences of our guest speaker, Dr. Scott Smith, Chief Technology Officer, Mooresville Graded School District, winner of the ISTE 2012 Sylvia Charp Award for District Innovation in Technology and Tony de la Rosa, Marketing Programs Manager, from Cisco’s Wireless Networking Group.
Whether you are an IT Manager or an Administrator, this webinar will provide you with valuable information to help you design a wireless network that can help you achieve your educational mission.