Student Owned Devices at School: Breakthrough Innovation or Major Pitfall?
Consortium for School Networking
October 12, 2010
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EST
Some school districts are experimenting with allowing student-owned devices to be brought to class and operate on a wireless network. Proponents say this is a chance to quickly get to a scalable and affordable ubiquitous technology environment. Others feel it raises serious equity, legal and technical issues. Join us for a discussion of the opportunities and challenges on this innovative strategy and hear what can be learned from early K-12 pioneers.
Moderator: Ed Zaiontz, Executive Director of Information Services, Round Rock ISD, TX
- Karen Henke, Managing Director, Nimble Press, CA
- Bailey Mitchell, CTO, Forsyth County Schools, GA
- Kathy Rains, Director of Technology, Decatur City Schools, AL