From digital exams to overseas access to virtual campuses, Kim Renfrew looks at the current and future landscape for BYOD in higher education
Whether it’s for short-term loan or long-term, students are constantly looking for ways to access resources such as laptops/tablets
Students and staff at Durham University now have 24/7 remote access to virtual desktops and apps
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies are becoming increasingly prevalent in higher education; Jon Knight answers some straight questions on the benefits and challenges.
Nicola Yeeles explores the pros and cons of BYOD, from cyber security concerns to potential digital divide issues
With its apparent simplicity, and cost-saving pulls, Charley Rogers investigates the ups and downs of BYOD, and how bringing your own device to the classroom leaves space for a flexible learning approach
The October edition of University Business, the student experience issue, is now available to view online, for free
SPONSORED: James Breakell, UK Managing Director of leading library security provider, D-Tech, looks at both IT solutions and how they can work for you
BYOD has transformed the way universities and students interact, but does it come with more problems than solutions? Sophie Waterfield reports
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