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Latest Apple TV 6.1 update enables AirPlay device discovery over Bluetooth - 2 views

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    "According to a recent report, Apples latest Apple TV software update enables devices running iOS 7.1 to conduct AirPlay sessions via a Bluetooth connection, doing away with the need for a Bonjour setup. "
John Evans

7 Ways To Sabotage Your Device Initiative - Edudemic - Edudemic - 4 views

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    "Do you ever think an idea is just terrible, but you are forced to do it? Like this whole trend in education with all these devices being brought into schools, or in some cases, even purchased by the schools. As absurd as this may sound, it's happening people, and it's high time we take a stand and stop this madness. Now, something with this much momentum might be hard to derail, but I'd like to provide you with some tools necessary to sabotage a device initiative if you are having to lead one in your district."
John Evans

Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: Bring Your Own Device #BYOD - 5 Lessons for Success - 1 views

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    "I knew it was going to be an interesting phone call (any call usually is before 8:00 in I.T.). When the teacher asked why she couldn't get to "insertwebsite.com" and her kids were arriving in 15 minutes for the first BYOD pilot class, I took my first deep breath of the morning…. The second call came about 8:25… She was still trying to get students logged into their devices… A technology specialist and a tech were trying to assist…. Some had limited connectivity to our wireless; others were trying to reach their carrier network, which didn't have a good signal in that part of the building. The app she was trying to get everyone on wasn't working and wouldn't pull up for everyone…

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John Evans

Securing your iOS device for your children, Part 2: Lock down your device to prevent in... - 0 views

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    "There has been a string of high-profile cases where children have racked up thousands of dollars in credit card charges through in-app purchases. In these cases and others like them, the iOS devices used by the children have not been properly locked down by the parents.

    In this three-part series, we will show you how to set up a kid-friendly iTunes account, lock down your device to prevent in-app purchases and perform some maintenance that'll prevent your tot from sending emails or tweeting on your behalf. You can jump into part two below, where we take a deep dive into the settings and show you how to lockdown your iOS device.
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John Evans

Huge Growth in Kids' Device Use | disrupt learning! - 0 views

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    "I've been doing a lot of reading lately about kids and devices. It's mostly as market research for my new business (more about that later) and, luckily for me, it's also really interesting. I knew that devices were big with kids, but honestly, I didn't know just HOW big. So I thought I'd share a bit about what I've been learning, in case, like me, you haven't been keeping up-to-date on the trends…"
John Evans

Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: #BYOT Mobile Device Chart #BYOD - 6 views

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    "Below, you will find a DRAFT of a Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) Mobile Device Chart to share with students, parents, and staff."
John Evans

Tony Vincent's Learning in Hand - Blog - Limit an iOS Device to Running a Sin... - 1 views

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    "Apple has introduced Guided Access in iOS 6. It keeps your device in a single app and allows you to control which features are available. "
John Evans

The iPad: Your Next Work Device? | iPad.AppStorm - 6 views

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    "The changes made to iOS and the growth of the App Store have facilitated the iPad's metamorphosis to a legitimate creative force, and, potentially, your next work device."
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