The Anywhere Classroom

Limitless Learning

Education has changed. The walls surrounding the classroom are breaking down, with innovative technology helping students to think naturally in a digital world. Enabled by the explosion of mobile devices, media-rich content has brought learning to life. Anywhere, anytime access as well as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) have encouraged new blended teaching methods, while revolutionary collaborative platforms have redefined group work forever.

For educators, it becomes a question of how to leverage mobility, and provide ubiquitous access to quality learning, while maintaining a safe and secure digital environment. For students, it’s about flexible access, personalised learning experiences and ultimately stronger educational outcomes.

The opportunity to enhance students’ education through technology is well recognised, however if not applied correctly, it can get in the way of great teaching. This is why Data#3 developed The Anywhere Classroom. We believe that when technology becomes invisible, learning becomes the focus, and that should always be the objective.

 

Enable limitless learning for your students today.

 

Watch: Introducing The Anywhere Classroom – Mobility for Education

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The Anywhere Classroom for K-12 Schools

 

An education mobility framework is invaluable in guiding your thinking and enabling in-depth IT planning discussions. The Anywhere Classroom framework from Data#3 provides a holistic view of education mobility and details the components of a successful K-12 mobility strategy, as well as how these components interact with and depend on one another.

When developing and assessing a technology strategy for your school, it can be a challenge to benchmark where you are, and ultimately, where you are going.

We believe that when technology becomes invisible, learning becomes the focus. This is our goal for The Anywhere Classroom. To provide a framework for managing mobility in the education sector and a practical roadmap of how to design and implement transformation in your school.

Assess your school through with this discussion paper, as we cover the three stages of mobility maturity for K-12 schools; Foundation, Leverage and Transformation.

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An education mobility framework is invaluable in guiding your thinking and enabling in-depth IT planning discussions. The Anywhere Classroom framework from Data#3 provides a holistic view of education mobility and details the components of a successful Tertiary mobility strategy, as well as how these components interact with and depend on one another.

 

It’s clear that today’s millennials are demanding technology-based learning models, and are increasingly flexing their education consumer muscle in the highly competitive tertiary education sector.

Examine the mobility maturity of your tertiary institution with this discussion paper.

We scope the digital objectives of University Leaders (Executives, Academics/ Research and Information Services) and how these roles are motivated by the adoption of mobility technology. The paper also presents a closer look at how The Anywhere Classroom can enhance key engagement points throughout the course of a student’s tertiary education journey.

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The Anywhere Classroom Discussion Papers

Scope your digital objectives and assess your school or university’s mobility maturity with these step-by-step guides.

 

Contact a Data#3 Education Specialist

Contact our Education team for a free, no obligation 30-minute technical consultation, to help you work through your school’s technical challenges and transition to remote learning.

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