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Published By: CDW     Published Date: Nov 12, 2012
Johnson County Community College overhauls network infrastructure to support students' personal devices.
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Published By: CDW     Published Date: Jan 07, 2015
Learn how optimizing your campus network solutions will transform the student body by allowing students to seamlessly surf the web, but also communicate with each other in a more fluid manner.
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enterprise, networking, architecture, customer, technology, wireless, telephony systems, collaboration, enterprise applications
    
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Published By: Aerohive     Published Date: Feb 17, 2015
This video reveals how using enterprise wireless networks improves classroom efficiency by giving teachers the tools needed to communicate and teach students.
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enterprise wi-fi for education, benefits of using wireless networks, aerohive networks for education, benefits of using wi-fi in classrooms, wireless networks
    
Aerohive
Published By: Aerohive     Published Date: Feb 17, 2015
This video reveals how using enterprise wireless networks improves classroom efficiency by giving teachers the tools needed to communicate and teach students.
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Aerohive
Published By: Aerohive     Published Date: Feb 06, 2015
This video reveals how using enterprise wireless networks improves classroom efficiency by giving teachers the tools needed to communicate and teach students.
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Published By: AWS     Published Date: Oct 30, 2018
How Snapper Further Protects Data in Amazon S3 Using CWP for Storage Abstract: Snapper, a New Zealand-based company that develops custom account-based solutions, was creating an online concessions payment program for local students and needed a way to enhance the security of their personal information on Amazon Web Services (AWS). The solution had to further protect online student profiles and associated payment details stored in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) against malware and threats. Snapper chose Symantec Cloud Workload Protection for Storage (CWP for Storage) for its advanced malware protection, elastic scalability, and simple deployment requiring only a few hours.
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snapper, data, amazon, cwp, storage
    
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Published By: Rosetta Stone     Published Date: Nov 28, 2016
World language acquisition is an important component of global competitiveness, but only one in five U.S. public school students study a world language.
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Published By: Rosetta Stone     Published Date: Nov 02, 2017
Technology can be used to improve educational outcomes for ELLs and to promote school engagement for their families. Technology tools can help accelerate language development while minimizing the digital divide and the “learning gap” for ELLs and their families.
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Published By: Fujitsu     Published Date: Feb 01, 2018
As schools look to blended learning as a solution to personalize and positively impact student achievement, the need to train and support teachers has become blatantly clear. Thus, districts and schools have allocated scarce resources to the process of onboarding and supporting teachers as new devices such as computers or tables are introduced. However, school leaders and teachers often fail to recognize the need to similarly onboard and support students into new digital environments, instead trusting the inherent technological competencies of the “digital native” student.
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Published By: Fujitsu America, Inc.     Published Date: Oct 22, 2018
The creation of an immersive virtual setting requires students to understand the immersive visual and audio environment of the world they intend their characters to inhabit. Development of a digital story arc requires an understanding of sequence, causality, and communication of meaning to digital story viewers. An immersive digital story can be created and viewed on mobile devices, tablets, and computers by students as early as elementary school. Virtual Digital Storytelling sits at the convergence point of empathy, social and emotional learning, engagement with community, and learning with emerging technologies. Download today to find out how Fujitsu's suit of Augmented and Virtual Reality tools can help your business.
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Published By: Fujitsu America, Inc.     Published Date: Oct 22, 2018
With technology being at the center-stage of education today, educators are compelled to figure out how best to combine technology with teaching. There’s just one end-goal – student success! Ensuring that the right infrastructure is in place is an absolute priority. Without it, student learning goals and curriculum targets are at risk. Fujitsu has years of experience in education sectors around the world. We are passionate about every stage of the learning process, supporting educators in uncovering the potential that will help students move onto the next stage of education. As students, teachers and IT departments explore a new era of learning, Fujitsu is by your side – opening up a world of possibilities.
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Published By: Fujitsu America, Inc.     Published Date: Jan 21, 2019
Over the last 15-20 years, educational researchers have studied the impact of online environments, technology in classrooms, and applications that support teachers. The transfer of knowledge in online environments (Merges 2011) sets a framework that could be applied to research in AR & VR as collaborative environments become available. Electronic environments offering a shared portal for multiple users afford teachers and researchers the opportunity to study group work among students. To find out how Fujitsu could help enhance your AR & VR solutions download this whitepaper today. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Core, Intel vPro, Core Inside and vPro Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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Published By: Fujitsu America, Inc.     Published Date: Jan 21, 2019
With technology being at the center-stage of education today, educators are compelled to figure out how best to combine technology with teaching. There’s just one end-goal – student success! Ensuring that the right infrastructure is in place is an absolute priority. Without it, student learning goals and curriculum targets are at risk. Fujitsu has years of experience in education sectors around the world. We are passionate about every stage of the learning process, supporting educators in uncovering the potential that will help students move onto the next stage of education. As students, teachers and IT departments explore a new era of learning, Fujitsu is by your side – opening up a world of possibilities. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Core, Intel vPro, Core Inside and vPro Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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Published By: Stratasys EMEA     Published Date: Feb 21, 2019
The adage “never stop learning” is alive and well for both the students at Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) and its Additive Lab Consortium members. The school of 2,900 students, located in the heart of downtown Milwaukee has ties with 47 manufacturing companies, including Kohler, Snap-on Tools, Baxter Medical and Master Lock. The Consortium was born out of necessity 27 years ago when MSOE was faced with a 50 percent shortfall in the funds needed to get an additive lab up-and-running. The school approached industry and opened partnership talks around additive technology. Four founding partners came on board, each contributing one-eighth of the cost of the lab. In turn they were provided with non-competitive, shared access. Currently, consortium members pay yearly dues in return for lab hours and access to additive manufacturing expertise.
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