When a district goes digital, it is doing everything necessary so that students can seamlessly access and use all of the digital learning tools available and teachers can easily manage the administrative functions associated with these tools, such as rostering students into apps and connecting learning applications, tools, and content into the learning system.

When a district wants to “go digital on day one of learning,” it is faced with a greater set of challenges because day one of learning doesn’t always mean the first day of the school year. Day one of learning means the very first day that a...

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  • About the Author:

    Jill Hobson is a K-12 institutional program manager with IMS Global Learning Consortium. She has more than 20 years of experience planning, implementing, and evaluating software and hardware solutions in public education as well as in the private sector. Hobson joined IMS Global after working as senior education strategist for Promethean, where she provided significant insight into educational markets to lead product strategy while developing 10,000+ learning objects and professional learning online courses.