Why #EdTech Needs Wi-Fi, and How FCC Aims to Help

Not At ISTE

ISTE 2014, the largest US education technology conference, closed July 1 – good-bye, Atlanta! The time frame coincided with new developments around FCC’s proposal to close the E-rate’s “Wi-Fi gap”; we cover these below.  As always happen with these large events, not everyone can go. But educators are a creative bunch. Rather than feeling left behind,… Read More

Social Wi-Fi Finds Home in Education (+Video)

wi-fi-education

UK high school uses social networking technology to enhance student experience. Headmasters in the UK see social Wi-Fi as an invaluable way of promoting their schools as tech savvy. Competition is fierce, especially among private schools, and social Wi-Fi is an innovative means of recruiting students and connecting with them. What better way to reach… Read More

Education Technology: Wireless as a Service, 802.11ac and Social Wi-Fi

Cloud Wi-Fi as a service

Read about trends in education technology: Wi-Fi as a subscription service, outlook for 802.11ac adoption in schools and integration of social media into wireless networking. BETT 2014, UK’s learning technology show, has been and gone, but it certainly won’t be forgotten! For those in the educational technology sector, be it primary school teachers all the way… Read More