Elevate the Digital Learning Experience with Safe and Reliable Network Access
The classroom of tomorrow promises an amazing education. Blended learning, flipped classrooms, video delivery of digital curriculum, video conference and other modern learning models can better engage students and help educators be more effective. But they also create new challenges for schools and their overtaxed IT teams.
Instead of lesson plans depending solely on skilled teachers, they also depend on consistent, reliable connectivity to school networks for access to educational resources.
It’s enough to make school and IT leaders feel like they’re a grade or two behind. Ruckus can help. We power the connected modern classroom with grade-A Wi-Fi and edge switching performance coupled with simple, market-leading secure onboarding and policy management.
E-RATE FOR DIGITAL LEARNING
Filing for E-Rate? Ruckus Can Help
The E-rate program has been expanded to make significant improvements to in-building broadband infrastructure at US-based primary education schools. BUT THIS IS THE FINAL YEAR OF E-RATE MODERNIZATION. Are you leaving money to improve your broadband infrastructure on the table? Don’t miss the opportunity to boost your school’s digital learning capacity.
Ruckus resellers are specially trained on E-Rate and how best to help you navigate the process, and identify the best solutions for your school, library or district given your budget and IT resource level.
Learn all about the e-rate process and how to get started in our 2019 E-Rate FAQ
Elevate the Student Experience with Smart Campus Solutions
A new survey of college admissions directors from Inside Higher Ed and Gallup found that just 34% of institutions are meeting new student enrollment goals. What can IT do to help attract and retain students? How are you helping students to engage more deeply with campus life? What have you put in place to help your institution stand out—among faculty, researchers and organizations awarding grants—as a leader and innovator?
Smart Campus is a new approach leading colleges and universities around the world are investigating.
Introducing the Smart Campus
What, exactly, makes a campus “smart”? At the highest level, a Smart Campus uses IoT to link devices, applications, and people to enhance and enable new services while improving operational efficiency.
A Smart Campus starts with ubiquitous, reliable wired and wireless connectivity everywhere—indoors and out. However, while that kind of connectivity may once have been a goal in itself for many colleges, it’s just the beginning of a Smart Campus. By sharing a common technology infrastructure, campus infrastructure and once disparate systems can interact with each other to transform student living, learning and campus security.