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Using technology to advance personalized learning

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Wireless computers—whether in the form of laptops, tablets, netbooks or other handheld devices—are everywhere. Even if IT doesn’t provide mobile devices, students, faculty and administrative staff are bringing their own tools into the school environment, and they want to know how to use them in an educational environment just like they do at home.

Consumer demand is but one reason why K-12 education leaders and IT decision makers in schools and districts around the country are now actively evaluating their investments in mobile technology. Just as the Internet represented the last infrastructural challenge for IT leaders in K-12 education, mobility represents the next wave of learning and administrative technology. Mobile devices enable learning anytime, anywhere, and have been shown to enhance the productivity of both teachers and administrators.

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