John Paul College Transforms Teaching and Learning Practices with Data#3 Solution

March, 05, 2018; Brisbane, Australia: Brisbane’s John Paul College, an independent co-educational school with over 2,000 students ranging from pre-kindergarten through to Year 12, has collaborated with Data#3 to implement a next-generation wireless network solution to provide a richer, more collaborative experience for both teachers and students.

The new solution, which uses technology from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, enhances teaching and learning outcomes in the classroom, with users enjoying seamless access from anywhere on the campus.

“We strive to deliver an immersive technology experience for our number one priority – our students. The solution not only improves the overall learning and teaching experience, but also delivers significant efficiency and productivity benefits to educators, students and visitors alike,” says Jan MacNamara, Director of ICT, John Paul College.

From greater network coverage and improved security, to enhanced data visibility and better device control, the school now has a powerful platform upon which to deliver a seamless wireless experience across the campus.

Data#3 National Practice Manager for Education, David Wain, commented, “The opportunity for more personalised and improved student outcomes in this new age of learning is immense. It’s fantastic to see innovative solutions assisting students and teachers. It’s been a pleasure working with the team at John Paul College, and we look forward to continuing to help them achieve their Anywhere Classroom.”

The Anywhere Classroom from Data#3 provides a framework for managing mobility in an education setting, and a roadmap of how to get there.

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Tags: Cloud, Cloud Solutions, Education, The Anywhere Classroom, Wireless Network, Wireless Infrastructure, Aruba, Next-Generation Wireless, HPE Aruba, K-12 Education

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