Technology is giving educators access to multimedia content, online courses and material that enhances classroom instruction to improve all learning opportunities.
The challenge was to get a computer into the hands of every student.
Today, that challenge also includes a struggle with provisioning and managing mobile devices and delivering sufficient wireless bandwidth. As the network infrastructure at many schools continues to age, it becomes harder to accommodate the increasing demands of the connected classroom.
Using devices like tablets and mobiles in school has presented further challenges, including broadband bandwidths and Wi-Fi connectivity.
With the right infrastructure, the education environment will have the flexibility to grow and adapt with continual changes in the sector.
With the increasing use of the internet, cyber security has been a major consideration for the education sector. While smaller schools might think they’re exempt from things like hacking and scams, the truth is, more and more are being targeted regardless of their size.
As methods of hacking and malware become progressively more sophisticated, it’s crucial to ensure both staff and students are well equipped.
In the last decade, there has been a paradigm shift in the goals of education institutions. Students are moving to institutions that create market-ready skills for successful careers, powered by experience-rich lifelong learning.
As a result, educational institutional processes are becoming increasingly learner-centric.
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