Continuous Mobile Learning

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An open network—with security—enables students to live where they learn and learn where they live.

Leah Kraus, interim CIO at University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW),  knows that with at least double the number of devices per user on campus, UNCW’s network needs to be able to handle a 1:4 user-to-device ratio in some cases. With the growth of mobility, students expect the entire campus to be their “living learning” environment, which doesn’t surprise UNCW’s leadership.

Their planning for this wave of mobility included upgraded infrastructure and new distance education tools. Now, UNCW is more mobility ready with an open but secure network, classrooms without borders, and a campus where students can live where they learn and learn where they live.

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