Mobile Learning for Classroom

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In addition, there is a need to be able to deal with reimbursement or purchasing of the app and finally identifying those apps that are allowed on the device at any given time. All of these factors need to be seriously evaluated before delving into educational apps in the classroom.

3. Mobile access to school documents and approved content

Traditional paper textbooks are being replaced with digital curriculums and personalized learning on tablets, and students are reaping the benefits of always having the latest information at their fingertips. From a textbook to a syllabus, sensitive files can now be distributed to student and faculty devices. Along with applications, content is another critical issue for educators and IT administrators. As digital curriculums and personalized learning become the norm rather than the exception, it’s crucial that the content is distributed and stored in a secure manner on mobile devices.


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