5 Step Guide to Creating a Connected Campus
Higher education was previously confined to lecture theatres and seminar rooms. The recent pandemic and lockdown has forced the adoption of e-learning tools and driven much of the learning experience towards virtual remote studying, with a greater reliance on technology to help tutors and students connect.
During the current crisis, digital demand in universities is greater than ever, and many of the top challenges facing higher education decision-makers are IT-based. At the root of this sits a number of underlying factors, from the proliferation of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) culture to more remote working and capacity pressures on existing infrastructure from unprecedented levels of demand.
With these trends set to expand over the coming years, our latest 5 Step Guide outlines how you can connect your campus and remain top of the leader board through technical innovation.
Accompanying the guide are 3 University case studies, detailing how the following challenges were met:
- University of Westminster – Connecting new sites in the capital to support a dynamic learning environment.
- University of Exeter – Meeting ever evolving staff and student Wi-Fi needs with a next generation network.
- University of Reading – Widespread Wi-Fi delivery without disruption in a complex multi-site environment.
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