Schools can experience substantial learning disruption when unforeseen events keep students and staff from reaching campus. With innovative IT solutions, schools can provide remote data and app access and BYOD functionality to keep students connected from anywhere. Read this white paper for best practices and real-word example to maintain learning when students and faculty can’t get to the classroom to ensure that learning outcomes are met.
Requiring students to work in designated areas at designated times hampers learning. By supporting new curricular models and student needs, IT can cut costs, enhance data security and create new efficiencies across campus. With the right technology, IT can help repurpose the physical spaces in which students work to provide flexible, collaborative learning spaces that improve the student experience.
Education IT administrators are grappling with rapidly changing student needs and usage habits. The old way of providing computer access on campus is giving way to increased mobility and access to applications across many device types. See how three universities modernized their IT platforms to transform the way students learn and do research with on-demand IT services.
Mobile students need mobile workspaces with on-demand, secure access to the apps, data and services they require, expanding beyond traditional methods to promote independent and exploratory learning – without compromising security or compliance. To learn how to deliver personalized, mobile workspaces to students, faculty and staff, download the whitepaper.