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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Programs: Current Trends

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Many students and parents support the idea of bringing and using their own devices at school, and many experts predict that BYOD initiatives will take hold in education. But educators are perceived as dragging their feet when it comes to serious consideration of BYOD. How is a BYOD program defined? What background information does a school administrator need to have? Are there readily available tools for planning a BYOD initiative? Where can school leaders find examples of policies and procedures for BYOD? Join Susan Brooks-Young as she discusses how to lay the groundwork for learning more about BYOD basics.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Monday, August 12, 2013 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Mobile Learning Intermediate
Tags: Bring Your Own Device, BYOD basics, BYOD initiaitve, implementation, mobile devices

Reviews (11)

Full Member
Great presentation.
Basic Member
ExcellentThank you!
Full Member
Outstanding. Thanks so much.
Full Member
The livebinder resources are so very helpful! Thanks for sharing your expertise :)
Full Member
Used headphones based on reviews and had no problem. More about getting started with implementing the BYOD than how to use in lessons etc. Great resources plus a live binder link.
Basic Member
Great information and resources provided.
It was difficult to hear the speaker at times.
Full Member
Excellent presentation! I agree with Susan. I think it is time that students bring their own devices to school. Teachers and administrators need to be prepare and receive staff development before doing it. Thank you for sharing.
Full Member
Great webinar!!!
Full Member
Very informative.
Full Member
Several good resources
Crank up your speakers or use headphones
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