A roundup of best practices from CTOs can help those hoping to start mobile initiatives
School leaders hope to give their students access to mobile learning opportunities, but infrastructure challenges and access barriers often create complications during mobile initiative implementations.
A group of chief technology officers (CTOs) from across the country shared tips and advice for fellow school administrators and technology leaders who are embarking on mobile device deployments such as one-to-one initiatives or bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs.
Panelists on the Connected Educator Month webinar included:
- Sam Farsaii, CTO of Coppell ISD in Texas
- Joanna Cook, technology director, and Josh Walters, one-to-one manager, in the East Noble School Corporation (ENSC) in Indiana
- Bailey Mitchell, CTO of Forsyth County Schools in Georgia
(Next page: Valuable advice from the CTOs)
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