On-site connectivity used to be simple—your school’s technology infrastructure made it happen like magic. But now that COVID-19 has required millions of teachers and students to move to a distance learning model, connectivity has become more complicated—and all the more critical. After all, without connectivity, distance learning becomes difficult at any level—K–12
or higher education
Here are some connectivity best practices from schools that made the leap to distance learning during the recent COVID-19 online migration.