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Increase Classroom Mobility, Don't Be Chained to Your Desktop Computer

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As tablets become more and more commonplace, the need to use a desktop computer is diminishing just as fast as your need to be flexible and mobile is increasing. But what about those things that still keep you tethered, the things that still require a full computer? Like interactive whiteboards... Or maybe you would just like to be able to quickly access your computer from anywhere in your classroom - or even from another classroom! In the age of mobile computing, why should you be tethered to your computer or any specific location? Join Chris Casal as he explains how you can use various apps that allow you remote access to your systems anywhere on your network. You will discover how to access notes or lessons plans, change the screen on your IWB, and more - all while walking around your classroom or building.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, November 12, 2016 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Interactive Whiteboards, Mobile Learning Basics
Tags: Interactive Whiteboards, iPads, IWB, Mobile Access, mobile apps, Mobile Devices, Mobile Learning, mobility, Remote access

Reviews (35)

Full Member
Really liked the techniques to utilize cheaper methods to mimic a smart board in different environments! Excellent webinar!
Full Member
I relly enjoyed it.
Full Member
Great information! Thank you!
Full Member
Thank you!
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Thank you!
Great information. Taking some time to think about how I can use it in my classroom.
I have chromebooks so thank you for the insight.
I thought this was helpful, but I have only chromebooks and no ipads so some parts were hard to think of for chromebook use.
Basic Member
This is so helpful! I only have technology to use in my classroom that I have personally purchased, and this gives me some ideas to try to gain mobility!
Great information. I like the mobility of programs.
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