Virtual School Meanderings

September 28, 2013

Improve Your Students Mobile Learning Experience

And another item from Thursday’s…

District Administration You are receiving this email as part of a free information service from District Administration Magazine.
Enhance the mobile learning for your students

Like most large school districts, a reliable and secure internet connectivity is crucial for your distant learning initiatives. Reliable connectivity goes beyond just your Internet Service Provider. Securing your data goes beyond just the firewall.

So how can you make sure that all your bases are covered when planning and implementing a distant learning solution? Learn how Walton County Public schools enhanced mobile learning for students while protecting their data.

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