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Recently I blogged about the BYOD for Schools Whitepaper, where Bruce Dixon from the Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation and Sean Tierney from the Worldwide Microsoft Partners in Learning Programme set out to examine the potential deployment models from teaching, learning and IT management perspectives.
A recent article by Miriam Clifford and InformEd in Australia, has published 10 reasons why BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is a good idea.
The article discusses how Generation Y are so dependent on technological devices, that it is up the educators to take advantage of this.
Reasons include the ability for devices to help learning become a part of students lives, it also provides the capacity to save time and cost within schools.
See the full article here.