As K-12 classrooms — and the digital natives who use them — become increasingly dependent on cloudand Internet-based technologies, wireless networks and mobile devices, touchscreen monitors and displays, digital content and personalized learning solutions, educators are scrambling to find, deploy and manage tools that allow their schools to quickly and cost effectively shift to new teaching and learning paradigms. They need solutions that promote collaboration among students, teachers, administrators and parents; support new student assessment plans; and comply with document security and privacy mandates, among other requirements.
The Center for Digital Education (CDE) surveyed over 130 K-12 decision-makers on the classroom use of printer and scanner technologies in September 2014 and found scanning materials for digital use in the classroom is a key concern, with ease of use, cost containment and flexible deployment among the most critical needs. In the context of this study, this white paper will build a case for the use of scanners to revolutionize K-12 teaching, learning and administration.
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