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K–12's Digital Transformation Is Giving Libraries a Modern Makeover

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K–12's Digital Transformation Is Giving Libraries a Modern Makeover. Today’s school libraries are being reinvented. No longer just a haven for dusty books and stern shushes, the library is now a place for digital resources and makerspaces and flexible learning. Student Feedback Can Be Helpful for Library Design.

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Choosing Tech That Grows From Your Schooling Into Your Career

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For instance, a student in the field of data science might initially need a laptop capable of running statistical software for class projects. Investing in a Reliable Laptop A laptop is undeniably one of the most crucial tech investments for anyone in today’s learning and working environments.

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Choosing an Esports PC: What to Look for in a Gaming Computer

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In particular, you will need to decide between a laptop or a desktop gaming computer, but you will also need to factor in a number of other considerations too, such as ensuring you have sufficient RAM and making sure you select the right operating system for your needs. Desktop vs. Laptop Esports PC. Other Important Considerations.

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Baltimore County Public Library Is Leading the Way on ACP Adoption

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Libraries have always played a critical role in accelerating digital adoption. A report by the American Library Association (ALA) states that 88% of all public libraries offer formal or informal digital literacy programming to community residents.

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Why an IT Asset Management System is Essential for Managing 1:1 Devices in School Libraries

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To support digital learning, many schools are implementing 1:1 device programs, where each student is provided with a device such as a laptop or tablet to use for learning and research. However, managing and tracking these devices can be a significant challenge for school libraries.

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13 Websites That Provide Lots of Digital Books for Summer Reading

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Usually, that meant desktop computers, iPads, and laptops, either in small groups or 1:1. International Children’s Digital Library. Books are made available from a variety of sources including the Library of Congress. Open Library. This includes not only public libraries but colleges and universities.

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5 Best Security Practices for Working Remotely

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It’s always better for employees to use their company-provided laptops and mobile devices for work, rather than their personal devices. Working from a coffee shop, library or other public space opens employees up to hackers who are on the same network. Keep Work Devices Separate from Personal Devices. Avoid Public Wi-Fi.

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