Sunday Resource Roundup-06.17.12: BYOD
Happy Father’s Day to the Dads out there and Happy Sunday to everyone else! This week we’re introducing a new feature to the EdTech Times: the Sunday Resource Roundup. With this project we hope to make your research on emerging concepts in education technology a little easier by assembling collections of articles and resources on a particular topic. Up this week: BYOD.
Considering the speed at which developments in technology and how it’s applied to education happen, BYOD, an acronym for “bring your own device,” is not necessarily a new concept, but it certainly is one that’s been getting a lot more play in the media as of late. As this existing concept emerges from the shadows, more and more resources are being thrown into the spotlight with it.
Have questions or a never ending thirst for all things BYOD? Below is a collection of some of those resources that we like.
Got any suggestions? Let us know! We’ll feature your submission in a future post.
The International Society for Technology in Education on finding success with BYOD
Rolling out a BYOD program (This links to an archive of a June 5th webinar. You can download it in multimedia, power point, and/or word formats)
Cybrary Man’s BYOD resources (Cybrary Man is an educator with over 30 years of experience)
Redesigning a wireless network for BYOD
11 higher ed-specific BYOD resources
Building an effective school BYOD plan
Examples of BYOD acceptable use policies from different districts around the country:
Corcoran Unified School District – Corcoran, CA
Judson Independent School District – Live Oak, TX
Hanover Public Schools – Hanover, PA
Oak Hills Local School District – Cincinnati, OH
We hope you find these resources useful and again, if you have any suggestions for us, let us know and we’ll feature them in future posts.
Remember to check back each week for a new collection of resources on a new topic!