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Learning comes before devices


Scott Short

I spent the morning poring over a number of blogs and ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) posts to catch up on the latest talk around the Bring Your Own Device debate in education.

I found many comments and questions about support requirements, a common set of applications, web-based applications and services along with mentions of how a BYOD environment moves learning to a more student-centered approach, as the device is of their own choosing.

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