BYOT


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BYOT

(Bring Your Own Technology) See BYOD.
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GCI is a prime example of a large company with a comprehensive approach to BYOT.
Norris has found when a school relies on BYOT, or a variety of different devices, is that this pathway can interrupt essential learning, because it is simply too difficult to coordinate all the different devices.
This report outlines the transition from BYOD to BYOT and provides recommendations for enterprise IT executives on how to best deal with the transition.
An internet search for BYOT, or Bring Your Own Technology, returns more results related to education.
During the past few years, OHIO has seen an increase in the BYOT trend that began on university campuses, with a dramatic surge in the number of mobile devices connecting to the network.
BYOT is a way for students to personalize their learning experience.
So it seems natural to bring these devices into our workflow, whether through BYOT programs, 1:1 programs, or carts in every classroom.
report, Charting the Rising Tide of Bring-Your-Own Technology, BYOT brings both issues and opportunities into an IT organization and info workers recognize that.
When Forsyth County Schools started its bring-your-own-technology program across the district, Chris Swaim, assistive technology facilitator for the Georgia district, considered BYOT a "tremendously positive thing" for her special ed students.
Sheninger worked with teachers on how to create an equitable BYOT environment through cooperative grouping, and through anonymously surveying students on which devices they'd bring to class if they could, so they could prepare lessons that took advantage of the technology that students would bring.