Whether your district has yet to implement a mobile learning program or you need fresh ideas on making yours better, it’s always enlightening to hear how other schools are using and managing mobile devices.READ MORE
So many schools are choosing versatile, cost-efficient Chromebooks for their mobile learning programs. For all the advantages that Chromebooks bring to schools, they can do even more when you partner with Lightspeed Systems.READ MORE
It’s that time again — time to get your students prepared and organized for state testing, which means it’s up to administrators and IT to create secure online testing environments.
Using Lightspeed Systems Web Filter, Mobile Manager and Classroom Orchestrator, you can maintain a testing environment that’s safe, fast and secure with just a few extra clicks. Here are a few things you can do to make the online testing process smoother.READ MORE
IT pros around the world rely on the Lightspeed Systems Web Filter. And they don’t just love it for what it does, they also love it for what it doesn’t do — what it blocks and what it doesn’t block.READ MORE
Google moving all services to HTTPS has results in some questions and concerns from schools about their web filtering. The assurance of privacy that HTTPS provides is critical, but so is the assurance of student safety. And schools still want to report on searches, selectively allow or block Google services, and block YouTube as a policy while allowing safe access to specific educational videos in the My Big Campus Resource Library. And you can. We’ll help you have the best of both worlds with the Lightspeed Systems Web Filter. Find out how.READ MORE
Things tend to move at such a fast pace, there isn’t often time to pause and look back at progress. That’s what is nice about year ends.
2014 has been a big year for schools.
You bought more devices than ever before, you made progress towards your 1:1s (with more than 30% of districts now saying they’ve substantially implemented a 1:1) and you’re engaging students like never before with digital content and new tools.READ MORE
In 2014, student data privacy became a prime concern for global education. You know this and we know this. And we took it seriously. That is why we responded by enacting transparent and comprehensive data privacy policies:READ MORE
Last week I was at the Center for Digital Education’s DELC conference. DELC stands for Digital Education Leadership Conversation — and conversation is the key word there. The presentations, discussions, and collaborations at the event were inspiring. They were also affirming, as our vision for our Mobile Learning Essentials solution seems right on track for what districts need and where education is heading.READ MORE
Back when Google moved to encrypted search by default in 2011, it created issues for schools who wanted to restrict and report on Google searches so we worked with them to create an option to be able to redirect Google search traffic to servers that do not allow encrypted searching. By redirecting to nosslsearch.google.com, schools could filter and monitor like usual. Many schools have been using this solution.READ MORE
What would you tell your friends?
More than 5,000 districts use our products so we know you like us. But what we want to know is: do you really, really like us? Not just Would you use our solutions? but Would you recommend our solutions to your friends? So to figure this out, we track something called a Net Promoter Score.READ MORE