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Digital Textbook Playbook

Digital Textbook Playbook

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Published by: FCC on Jan 31, 2012
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Digital
 
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Playbook
The Digital Textbook Collaborative, February 1, 2012
 
Table of Contents
About this Playbook…………………………………………...3Executive Summary……………………………………….......4Introduction…………………………………………...……….6Making the Transition to Digital Learning…………………....8Connectivity at School………………………………………..15Connectivity Beyond the School Gates………………..……..30Device Perspectives…………………………………………..46Leaders in the Field…………………………………........…...60Contributors…………………….…………………..……........67
 
About this Playbook
The Digital Textbook Playbook is a guide to help K-12 educators and administrators advance theconversation toward building a rich digital learning experience. This Playbook offers information aboutdetermining broadband infrastructure for schools and classrooms, leveraging home and communitybroadband to extend the digital learning environment, and understanding necessary deviceconsiderations. It also provides lessons learned from school districts that engaged in successfultransitions to digital learning.This Playbook is the output of the Digital Textbook Collaborative, a joint effort of industry stakeholders, schoolofficials and nonprofit leaders to encourage collaboration across theecosystem, accelerate the development of digital textbooksand improve the quality and penetration of digital learningin K-12 public education. The collaborative was convenedby the Federal Communications Commission and the U.S.Department of Education and builds upon the FCC’sNational Broadband Plan and the Department of Education’s National Education Technology Plan.
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Pat Beals-Head added this note
It sounds good, but would require expert knowledge for start up planning and forsight of all the factors mentioned. I see the possibilities for student achievement and less paper and I am all for that.
Nancy Mccully added this note
As a techer, i need much more training to feel completely comfortable.
Nancy Mccully added this note
All of thisis mind-boggling. ther eare many term stha I havenever heard of. I thought a cloud was in the sky, ot part of a computer system. My school doesnot have parents who can afford to provide a mobile computer for their child touse at school. Less tha half had a computer to use at home. Some of those did not have any connection to the internet. As a teacher,
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