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Free BYOD guidebook and resources

ClassLink is offering two new resources for those schools investigating a BYOD initiative.
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ClassLink is offering two new resources for those schools investigating a BYOD initiative.

The first resource is a BYOD Guidebook that will help schools with the following areas of interest:

Infrastructure: Understanding your wireless, bandwidth and access points while managing security concerns.

Equity: Methods and strategies to ensure equitable access to devices for all students.

Curriculum: How to develop or modify curriculum for a digital learning environment.

Instruction: How to provide the needed professional development for teachers at all technology learning levels.

Policy: Getting policy in place and setting expectations.

Communication: How to keep open lines of communication about BYOD between administrators, teachers, parents and students.

The second resource is a BYOD Library that provides educators with sample documents such as acceptable use policies and student handbook copy.

To view or download, visit: www.classlink.com/byod.

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