It seems to be the new trend in schools and companies all across the world - BYOD. No, it's not a new type of online computer game but rather Bring Your Own Device. This is a scheme where money-conscious schools and companies allow students and employees to bring their own computers and devices instead of having to work with a device issued by the company. But as with everything else in life, there are clear pros and cons to the scheme.

It seems to be the new trend in schools and companies all across the world - BYOD. No, it's not a new type of online computer game but rather Bring Your Own Device. This is a scheme where money-conscious schools and companies allow students and employees to bring their own computers and devices instead of having to work with a device issued by the company. But as with everything else in life, there are clear pros and cons to the scheme.

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in Schools - Considerations | Colour My Learning

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in Schools - Considerations | Colour My Learning

Infographic tool that assess a detailed company guide to determine if your BYOD program is in good terms. It can also serve as a tool for companies that are looking at starting a BYOD program in their organization. (9389)

Infographic tool that assess a detailed company guide to determine if your BYOD program is in good terms. It can also serve as a tool for companies that are looking at starting a BYOD program in their organization. (9389)

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One advantage of going to lots of summer ed-tech conferences is learning about great tools to integrate in my classroom. When all of your students are connected to the same kinds of devices, it’s much easier to know whether a tool will work for everyone. But what if they’re in a BYOD (bring your own device) […] print

One advantage of going to lots of summer ed-tech conferences is learning about great tools to integrate in my classroom. When all of your students are connected to the same kinds of devices, it’s much easier to know whether a tool will work for everyone. But what if they’re in a BYOD (bring your own device) […] print

50 Must Read IT blogs!  http://www.edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2012/06/honor-roll-50-must-read-k-12-education-it-blogs

50 Must Read IT blogs! http://www.edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2012/06/honor-roll-50-must-read-k-12-education-it-blogs

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National Education Association article "Should Schools Embrace 'Bring your Own Device'?" BYOD pros and cons are discussed.

National Education Association article "Should Schools Embrace 'Bring your Own Device'?" BYOD pros and cons are discussed.

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10 Unique Lesson Ideas for BYOD and BYOT - Getting Smart by Getting Smart Staff - bring your own device, bring your own technology, BYOD, BYOT, cell phones for learning, ipads in the classroom, lesson, m-learning, mobile learning, texting in class | Getting Smart

10 Unique Lesson Ideas for BYOD and BYOT - Getting Smart by Getting Smart Staff - bring your own device, bring your own technology, BYOD, BYOT, cell phones for learning, ipads in the classroom, lesson, m-learning, mobile learning, texting in class | Getting Smart

Pros and Cons of Bringing Your Own Device to Work  By Tony Bradley, PCWorld    The concept of “bring your own device” (BYOD) is a growing trend for business IT. There are a variety of benefits to allowing users to supply their own PCs and mobile devices, but there are also some concerns. Make sure you understand both in order to embrace BYOD with confidence.

Pros and Cons of Bringing Your Own Device to Work By Tony Bradley, PCWorld The concept of “bring your own device” (BYOD) is a growing trend for business IT. There are a variety of benefits to allowing users to supply their own PCs and mobile devices, but there are also some concerns. Make sure you understand both in order to embrace BYOD with confidence.

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