March 2011 Table of Contents

FEATURESBYOD and Security Last month we wrote about the evolution of one toone computing and how districts are allowing students to “bring your own device” (BYOD ) to school. This month we look at how they are handling security and
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FEATURESBYOD and Security Last month we wrote about the evolution of one toone computing and how districts are allowing students to “bring your own device” (BYOD ) to school. This month we look at how they are handling security and

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BYOD and Security
Last month we wrote about the evolution of one-toone computing and how districts are allowing students to “bring your own device” (BYOD ) to school. This month we look at how they are handling security and other issues so they can let students BYOD .

What’s New at School CIO?

CIO Profile : Kyle Berger, executive director of technology since 2004 District: Alvarado (TX ) Independent School District

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PRODUCTS

Put to the Test: T&L editors take some new products for a test drive
Dabbleboard
Dell KACE K1000 Appliance
Capstone myON Reader
Sublime Learning Portal and Library of eTeachables
Wiffiti 4

The Long Review
T&L editors follow the stakeholders at Village Charter School in Trenton, New Jersey, as they implement Pearson’s SuccessMaker software on a 40-seat Dell PC desktop network.

How to Afford Interactive Whiteboards
T&L asks districts how they pay for their whiteboards.
By Ellen Ullman

Whiteboards: A modest proposal
Gary Stager shares his opinion about IWBs and clickers.

March 2011 What’s New
Calypso Systems ezRoom • Follett Cognite 3.5 • Google Apps Edu Category • HP 100B All-in-One • Netop Vision7 • and more

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

Editor’s Desk
Stealing your soul

News & Trends
Trends & Resources : The latest news for school leaders
Back-Office Business : How schools are solving problems with tech
Next Big Thing: Freemiums
Apple: Good or evil?
Contests & Grants
A new projector spec
Today’s young Einsteins?
Remember “Don’t copy that floppy”?
How do you determine the real ROI on a Web-based system?
Sites We Like
Top 10 sites for educational resources

They Said It: A Scary Reality
By Ben Grey
Yes, bad things happen on the Internet, but we can address them in a way that doesn’t keep students from using one of the most powerful tools in history.

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BYOD and Security

Last month we wrote about the evolution of one-to-one computing and how districts are allowing students to “bring your own device” (BYOD) to school.

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February 2011 Table of Contents

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