One thing we’ve learned from the pandemic is that online, or remote, learning is here to stay for most colleges, universities, and K-12 schools. While the flexibility of remote learning brings myriad benefits to students and faculty, it also brings with it some challenges. One of the most common challenges of remote learning is ensuring reliable connectivity. However, with 4G LTE Vehicle Internet (VI), educational institutions are able to support students whether that’s with Wi-Fi on buses or with mobile hotspots out in the community to ensure equitable digital access. LTE VI allows students to continue their education remotely with a secure, reliable connection.
These were the key themes of our latest Today’s Modern Educator podcast, where Justin St Arnauld, Associate Director and Solution Architects at Verizon Wireless, and Steve Carr, Sales Director of Public Sectors in the Central Area at Cradlepoint, discussed how LTE VI solutions are helping educational institutions support their students.
“[These solutions are] designed to help agencies adapt to change almost instantly. When you look at how the world adapted over the last 18 months, it really had shown how these platforms [are needed] to connect to people, places, and things,” said Carr.
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