Distinction between BYOD and BYOD
Moved from earlier (per Liquid Threads) discussion
User:IaninSheffield 22:03, 3 October 2012 In preparation for our forthcoming BYOT programme, we've been broaching the issue with our students in various ways, one of which constituted a smaller and less far-reaching version of YOTS. I outlined the results [briefly in a blog post]http://ianinsheffield.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/wisdom-of-the-many/, then followed that with a [more detailed summary]http://ianinsheffield.wordpress.com/2012/08/18/information-graphically/. Apologies, but at the time I wasn't aware of the subtle distinction between BYOD and BYOT, so in referring to our programme as BYOD, I am in error. Perhaps there are other schools in the UK with BYOT programmes which haven't showed up on your radar for similar reasons?
- PeterT 22:51, 3 October 2012 (BST)
- Thanks for sharing those links, and no need to apologise for not distinguishing between BYOD and BYOT. most people still use the terms interchangeably. I think a lot of schools are happy staying below the radar - trying out BYOD or BYOT is still seen as being risky.
- Would you like to write up your data and/or experiences with BYOT in EdFutures.net? Would be great if you would. You could add a link from the BYOT page - if you are unsure how let me know and we can help out.