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1 Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 25, 2014 | slide 1 RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning Gordon Millner – JISC RSC-EM Stuart Jones – JISC RSC-EM Andy Davis - Janet Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) 15 th March 2013, EMFEC, Nottingham Resources bit.ly/rsc-byod

2 Agenda  9:30 – 10:00 Tea/Coffee  10:00 – 10:15Welcome and Introduction  10:15 – 10:45 Microsoft  10:45 – 11:15Apple  11:15 – 11:30 Break  11:30 – 12:00JiscLegal  12:00 – 12:304G  12:30 – 12:45Discussion and Roundup  12:45 – 13:30Lunch, Networking and Demos  13:30 – 14:00ESISS  14:00 – 14:30 Case Study 1 – Lincoln College  14:30 – 14:45Break  14:45 – 15:15 Case Study 2 – LAGAT  15:15 – 15:45Case Study 3 – Moulton College  15:45 – 16:00Discussion and Roundup August 25, 2014 | slide 2

3 If it’s good enough for Business then it’s good enough for Education Flexibility productivity mobility cost savings (or not?) Enjoyability Personal freedom August 25, 2014 | slide 3

4 BYOD Let’s look at some FACTS August 25, 2014 | slide 4

5 BYOD 95 per cent of UK households have access to mobile devices Mobile Data Association (MDA) August 25, 2014 | slide 5

6 BYOD there are now more mobile devices in use in the UK than there are people. Mobile Data Association (MDA) August 25, 2014 | slide 6

7 BYOD We must start to provide facilities so that people can work and learn and ….. play anytime and anyplace August 25, 2014 | slide 7

8 Today we’re looking at BYOD from 2 perspectives  Personal-owned devices brought into the organisation  Organisation-owned devices given to the user so it becomes their “personal” device  The issues are very similar and often crossover August 25, 2014 | slide 8

9 BYOD But it needs to be managed … and that’s what today is about August 25, 2014 | slide 9

10 BYOD So today is time for YOU to Learn Ask questions Network Come up with possible solutions August 25, 2014 | slide 10

11 BYOD August 25, 2014 | slide 11  Feedback during the day by using the textwall

12 BYOD August 25, 2014 | slide 12 Enjoy your day

13 BYOD – Exercise 1 12: :45 August 25, 2014 | slide 13  Discuss on your tables:  what benefits do you see by staff and/or students being able to bring in and use their own technology? OR  what concerns and issues do you see related to staff and/or students bringing in their own technology?  Give real examples where possible  Feed back to the text wall

14 BYOD – Exercise 2 15:45-16:00 August 25, 2014 | slide 14  What one thing if you went away and did it right now would have the most significant effect on the use of BYOD within your organisation?  Feed back to the text wall  Now you need to go and do it

15 Our next BYOD event (The user’s perspective) 14 th May Basford Hall Nottingham Have a safe journey August 25, 2014 | slide 15


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