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Connectivity solutions that empower digital learning.

The times have changed. And as education accelerates the digital learning transition, CommScope is committed to bridging the digital divide by providing the most reliable school networks made simple and adaptable for connectivity to your home, campus, and community.

5 phases of the transition to digital learning

Rich Nedwich, Global Director for Education at CommScope, shares with us how connectivity is enhancing education delivery and how (especially primary and secondary) schools are dealing with the pandemic across the world.

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Challenges and opportunities on the path to the Digital Learning Transition


5 Phases of Digital Learning Transition

K-12 districts and schools are strategizing around the implementation and deployment of digital learning environments. Where are you on the Phases of digital learning transition?

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  • Case Study: Forest Hills Public School District - Provides a Secure and Reliable Network, Cloudpath delivers BYOD security

  • Case Study: Eton College - Boosting Its Wireless Network with RUCKUS and RivaNET

  • Case Study: Baden-Baden Schools - German

    The urban district of Baden-Baden with around 55,000 inhabitants maintains 20 public schools. For their 6,800 students and 400 teachers, they need a high-performance WLAN network in order to prepare the students for the demands of professional life through the use of digital teaching methods.
  • Case Study: Schools in city district Baden-Baden are preparing students for the digital future - German

    The city district of Baden-Baden maintains 20 public schools. Read here how a high-performance wireless local area network meets the connectivity needs of the 6.800 students and the 400 teachers and helps them to stay in touch with the digital teaching methods and each other.
  • Case Study: Frasier Valley Regional Library - RUCKUS Switches Help Launch New Chapter in Online Library Services

  • Case Study: Fairfax County Public Schools - Embracing BYOD via Cloudpath Enrollment System

    Shelton saw an opportunity to extend the educational use of technology beyond district-owned assets and onto student-owned devices. The potential benefits to this new model, which became known as Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD), were numerous. Technology would no longer be something hidden off in a lab; it would be in every student’s pocket. The educational use of technology would no longer be time-boxed by class periods, and the availability of such technology would no longer be limited to the district’s IT assets. In essence, the educational experience would be available anytime, anywhere on any device.


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