Leave No Student Offline - Overcoming the problem of poor Wi-Fi in Education

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Steven Winter & Fiona Mackin, 5G for Education Specialists, Cradlepoint part of Ericsson

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“Poor Wi-Fi, both my own and that of my lecturers, actively impacts my ability to understand and learn.” — JISC Student Digital Experience Insights Survey 2021-22 Solving the problem of Internet access is just one step toward being able to optimise education for all in 2023, but it remains crucial. Cradlepoint discusses the challenges facing the Education sector in the United Kingdom and how universal connectivity via wireless 5G can drastically improve educational outcomes for all. Join Steven Winter, wireless expert, together with education specialist Fiona Mackin, as they discuss how to: Provide connectivity for students or teachers working or learning from home Connect students or teachers who need connectivity for Education Otherwise than At School (EOTAS) Bridge the digital divide utilising unique access to Eduroam and Freedom to Roam This 30-minute live chat will include examples and experiences of best practice in 5G wireless connectivity from UK universities, colleges, and schools.

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