As the Internet of Things impacts education, IT leaders are envisioning uber-connected schools and campuses


Close to half (46 percent) of K-12 and higher-ed IT leaders in a recent survey said they believe an Internet of Things smart school -- a school using Internet of Things devices to transform learning environments -- will have a major impact in the next one to two years.

Nine percent of respondents said they have implemented parts of a smart school plan, 3 percent plan to implement the technology in the next 1-3 years, 23 percent are aware of it and beginning to investigate it, 36...

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