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Personal Devices On School / District Networks

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Results of a survey, via Twitter, of educator's ability to connect devices to the school / district's network.

Results of a survey, via Twitter, of educator's ability to connect devices to the school / district's network.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. 55 Responses
  • 3. QUESTION 1: Does your school (district or board) allow personal computers / devices to be connected to the network?
  • 4. QUESTION 1: Does your school (district or board) allow personal computers / devices to be connected to the network? Ontario
  • 5. QUESTION 1: Does your school (district or board) allow personal computers / devices to be connected to the network? Canada Ontario Manitoba Alberta British Columbia Newfoundland
  • 6. Why not?
    • 33 % Virus Concerns
    • 18.5% Security
    • Other: Extra work
    • But:
    • Two districts are changing their policies to allow personal devices to connect to the internet. & Most districts ‘allow’ USB drive devices.
  • 7. How?
    • No precautions.
    • Devices are scanned by district staff.
    • Teachers must show proof of anti-virus.
    • Wi-Fi network access (only) for personal devices.
      • Via a registered network.
      • Guest Wi-Fi access
    • The wireless network covers the entire school and has three secure VLANs running on it, PLCSydney, PLCMobile and PLCGuest.
    • HP Procurve Networking (with guest access).

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