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BYOD in the 21st Century

BYOD in the 21st Century

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Charting technology’s new directions: A conversation with MIT’s Erik Brynjolfsson “We’re finally getting at that seminal moment in human history when we can talk to our machines and our machines will understand us in regular, natural language,” says Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor Erik Brynjolfsson. In this video, he explores the role of big data in business performance, the rise of robotics, and the decoupling of the historical relationship between gains in productivity, incomes, and jobs. He is the coauthor, with MIT research scientist Andrew McAfee, of Race Against the Machine (Digital Frontier Press, October 2011). This interview was conducted by McKinsey Publishing’s Rik Kirkland.

Espionage, The Insider Threat, and why BYOD is Such a Huge Problem - Optimal Risk It is increasingly accepted that insiders represent the greatest risk to organisations’ security particularly when considered as an element of a converged threat to intellectual or digital assets. This poses some of the greatest challenges to the management of security and staff, and the deployment of technology, or the development of procedures for any management team. The challenging aspects of the insider threat are the anticipation of both intent and method. Industry is increasingly aware of disgruntled employees as a source of threat, though still struggling with the personnel management implications of monitoring and managing staff in this context.

A New Educational Technology Cheat Sheet for Teachers February, 2014 Technology is transforming the educational landscape at a tremendous speed giving birth to a new learning culture radically different from all kinds of learning that were prevalent in the past centuries. With this digital revolution emerges a whole new set of educational technology concepts that provide the theoretical background for the implementation of these emerging technologies in education. To help teachers, particularly those of you who are novice to the world of educational technology, have a grasp of some trendy concepts in today's educational literature, We went ahead and created the poster below for you to use in your class with your students or keep on your desk for later reference.

The 100 Best Web 2.0 Classroom Tools Chosen By You Most of us are working at full capacity, and keeping up with technology can feel like one more chore on the to-do list. Still, learning your way around a few of the best Web tools is worth your time. Innovative teachers are frequently using intuitive programs and websites that are easy to learn. These web tool can save you a lot of daily hassles that you might not even realize you have been tolerating. Rethinking Scale: Moving Beyond Numbers to Deep and Lasting Change Cynthia E. Coburn , Assistant Professor + Author Affiliations Abstract The issue of “scale” is a key challenge for school reform, yet it remains undertheorized in the literature. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in Schools - Considerations Many schools are looking to implement Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) to give students and staff access to personal devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones in classrooms. As technology becomes more and more affordable, students will undoubtedly have access to internet enabled devices at home for learning. However, due to schools budget constraints, the same cannot be said when they are in school.

What Can Employers Really See on a BYOD Smartphone or Tablet? The thought of a CIO turning to spying technology to peek inside a personal iPhone makes people furious. They fret about an employer remotely reading personal emails and text messages, seeing personal photos and videos, and listening to personal voicemail. But they would be wrong to worry about such things. At least that's the message from Ojas Rege, vice president of strategy at MobileIron, a mobile device management software developer. A Beautiful Visual on How Technology Is Transforming 21st Century Education March 14, 2015 Technology is radically transforming the education landscape.The technological innovations and digital progress that marked the last two decades have brought a massive change in the ways education is being conceptualized and delivered, bigger than anytime in the history of mankind. Pessimists would call it technological determinism but we see it as a new window of opportunity into the vast horizon of learning. According to “Bringing Our Schools into The 21st Century Infographic”, some of the opportunities provided by technology for education include: High speed connectivity which will enable a wider access to the netCloud based storage capabilities which will, among others, help develop a professional educational culture, enhance communication and improve knowledge sharing.Digital portfolios will be commonplace among students.

3rd Millennium Learning Award- the school Award videos The Third Millennium Learning Award: the school Award videos The following links take you to the videos which are the Award submissions from schools that have gained the Award. With over 90 schools having now gained the Award we suggest you look first at the Feature School submissions. These are the Award submissions that we feel show particularly well what 3rd millennium learning is and what kind of learning experience pupils are having schools that have developed 3rd millennium learning well.

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