Sunday, October 7, 2012

Webinar available on BYOD, Digital textbooks, Streaming classrooms, Information governance, Digital content

Another Education Week webinar is available for a few weeks: 

Technology enables students to learn anywhere and at anytime. With such changes and benefits come additional risks and challenges. To effectively secure and manage the un-tethered classroom and enable e-learning, districts must address several key areas:
  • BYOD
  • Digital textbooks
  • Streaming classrooms
  • Information governance
  • Digital content
In this webinar Richard Culatta will share his unique thoughts and ideas around today’s learning process along with the Department of Education’s insight into various educational areas. D. Patches Hill will speak to the many challenges his school district is facing and best practices in solutions they have been successful in deploying. And Mike Maxwell will show how schools can cost effectively and efficiently secure and manage the un-tethered classroom—protecting and managing all of a school’s information regardless of device, location, or user.


Richard Culatta, deputy director, Office of Educational Technology, U.S. Department of Education

D. Patches Hill, technology systems manager, Indian River school district, Del.

Mike Maxwell, national director, U.S. State and Local Government & Education, Symantec Corporation


Sean Herdman, associate publisher, Education Week

To browse all the Education Week webinars which are archived and accessible (click here to go to site) for up to six months after the original live-streaming date.

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