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Top 4 Tech Insights To Help You Evaluate Your Needs For The School Year

The rapid shift to distance learning as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on every aspect of education, including the ways students use and engage with technology.

Here are four key tech insights to help you evaluate your remote and blended learning strategies for the 2020-2021 school year.

  • What time of day do students engage in distance learning?
  • How do I ensure students are staying safe online and using approved online tools that do not compromise their privacy?
  • What are the top educational sites and apps that students are visiting?
  • How much LTE data do students need for distance learning?

Download the infographic to data and key takeaways

Speak with a CatchOn team member about building a sustainable data analytics platform that supports your traditional, remote, and blended learning environments.

Invest Wisely

Evaluate software renewals with actual usage and financial data, not surveys.

Detect Trends

Discover what free or unknown apps are being used.

Manage Subscriptions

Manage licenses, costs, ROI, and renewals from an easy-to-access dashboard.

Inform Training

Identify gaps in usage by tool to create targeted professional development and training plans.

Student Data Privacy

Diagnose applications vulnerable to student data privacy policies.

Improve Usage

Review important classroom apps to ensure they are being used effectively.

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