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Use of personally owned devices continues to grow on campuses. Schools are learning how to maneuver the balance of letting the user bring their own devices to campus for work and learning and supporting these devices while educating users about the possibilities that these devices could put university networks and information at risk. If you have a BYOD policy or resource you are willing to share with our community please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Students' Mobile Learning Practices in Higher Education: A Multi-Year Study, EDUCAUSE Review Online, June 2015.Two university-wide surveys about students' mobile technology ownership and learning practices show that mobile device ownership is high and continues to increase among students.
- ACUTA/NACUBO State of Resnet Report, April 2015
- Top-Ten IT Issues, 2014: Be the Change You See, EDUCAUSE Review, March/April 2014
- ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2013, September 2013
- BYOD ECAR Research Hub. This research report explores the implications for IT infrastructure, planning and governance, security and compliance, support strategies, teaching and learning, and budget.
- Rolling Out a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Program, EDUCAUSE Live! June 5th and 14th.
- 2012 Top Ten IT Issues, EDUCAUSE Review, May/June 2012
- Mobile Internet Device Security Guidelines, HEISC Information Security Guide Toolkit
- 7 Things You Should Know About Mobile Security, EDUCAUSE, March 2011
- Bring Your Own Device, A White House supported Toolkit to Support Federal Agencies Implementing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Programs, August 23, 2012
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