More Australian schools launch BYOD programs

05/7/2013 | Australian IT

A growing number of schools in Australia are adopting bring-your-own-device programs, in which students can use their own mobile devices at school. Richard Jones, hired to introduce educational technology to The Southport School, says the school's BYOD program has been better than "the single-device approach." However, even these programs require funding for infrastructure and other needs, and officials say the question is how the needs will be met.

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