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WIRED AND WIRELESS NETWORKS IN SCHOOLS

Information on wired and wireless communications networks in K-12 schools, including standards, design, security, testing, performance, interoperability, and future adaptability.


References to Books and Other Media

Wireless School: Confused Yet?
(District Administration, Dec 06, 2011)
Web seminar covers key decisions and requirements for planning for pervasive wireless in schools; setting goals and deliverables around educational initiatives like digital curriculum, online testing, 1:1 programs and BYOD initiatives; and performance planning and capacity planning for K-12 implementations.

From Zero to Wireless in 4 Essential Steps.
Schaffhauser, Dian
T.H.E. Journal; v38 n2 , p14-16 ; Feb 2011
The way to building a wireless network that's reliable, scalable, and secure enough to support a robust mobile-learning initiative demands taking care of four imperative steps: (1) Get Physical; (2) Separate and Unequal; (3) Mind Your APs; and (4) Speed It Up.

References to Journal Articles

Making Wi-Fi Work
Beitenhaus, Christine
School Planning and Management; , p28-30 ; Feb 2012
Whether computers are in a lab, in the classroom or in students' hands, districts are turning to wireless networks to help integrate technology into education. With this decision comes the need not only for the right equipment and space, but also concerns about bandwidth and security issues, as well as making sure a diverse team helps make decisions in new and retrofit situations.

Center Stage. The Latest in Scoreboards and Sports Lighting.
Vence, Deborah L.
Recreation Management; Oct 2011
Discusses wireless and LED technology taking the scoreboard industry by storm, and the latest trends in sports lighting. Includes key steps to selecting a scoreboard.

Wire or Wireless, Staying connected.
Rivero, Victor
College Planning and Management; v14 n7 , p54,56,58,59 ; Jul 2011

Creating a Smart Classroom from Scratch.
McCrea, Bridget
Campus Technology; May 2011
Describes new classrooms set up at South College in Knoxville, Tennessee, with new technology equipment, tools and software, including secure wireless Internet access, lecture capture software, videoconferencing tools, and sensor pads.

Clicks and Bricks: How School Buildings Influence Future Practice and Technology Adoption. Adobe PDF
McIntosh, Ewan
Educational Facility Planner; v45 n1/2 , p33-37 ; 2011
Describes six specialized school spaces that encourage digital learning and customized learning. These are secret, group, publishing, performing, participation and watching spaces.


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