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BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device and involves students bringing their own portable internet connected digital devices (tablets or laptops) to school as a tool to enhance learning outcomes. Students will be asked to bring their device to classes and have access to a broad range of course content stored on the cloud, both in and out of the classroom. BYOD allows learning to become more student centered and offers them access to broader learning content.

Battery life - ideally the battery should last for 7+ hours to be able to get through a school day without recharging

Weight - Should be light enough to be carried around all day. Aim for a device that’s 1.4kg or lighter

Wireless - Must be dual band capable, and state that it has a/g/n or a/b/g/n

RAM - Should be 4GB or more or programs may be much slower to run

CPU - faster is usually better, but may also reduce battery life. Intel® Atom™ CPU’s mean longer battery life, and Core™ i3 or i5 are more powerful but can reduce batterly life

Hard Disk Drive - Should be at least 500GB. Some newer devices may feature SSD drives, which are faster, lighter, and more reliable and give longer battery life because they have no moving parts, but also more expensive

All HP BYOD solutions come with 3 Year Next Business Day Onsite Support as a standard option. Schools recommend the upgraded option of 3 Year Next Business Day Onsite Support & Accidental Damage Protection for greater piece of mind.

If you are having difficulty funding the purchase of a suitable device for your child, because of financial hardship, please contact the Principal to discuss your situation. There are a number of options to assist you including interest-free financing.

Providing a padded bag or protective sleeve is recommended. This will provide additional protection from the day to day use of these devices. A headset or headphones ideally with microphone will be useful when accessing a website with audio and/or video.

No software needs to be purchased, however its best to get guidance from your school. Most schools recommend you install Google Chrome as the Internet browser. Google Chrome is a free Internet browser. In addition there are more schools recommending Students download Microsoft 365. Students receive software at signficantly discount rates. We advise you first speak to your school.

Most schools offer students access to printers from their personal computing devices using Google Chrome. Please check with your school for further details.

This is dependent on the school. Some students will be encouraged to store their work on their devices harddrive, the schools network or in the cloud. It is enouraged that students keep backup copies on their own personal storage devices, eg USBs.

School work may be stored on the device itself or through cloud based storage that your child will access through their school prepared account.

These devices will be purchased by and remain the property of the family.

HP works one-on-one with schools to identify suitable learning devices with a range of pricing to meet all needs and budgets.

Students and/or their families are responsible for their personal computing devices at all times. Some schools have technology support staff to provide assistance, while others do not. It is therefore important that you consider purchasing a device with enhanced support coverage that can protect you for accidental damage. In addition these enhanced support options provide for next business day onsite support. Ensuring your child is back up and learning in the shortest possible time. HP offers a full range of enhance support options to meet the needs of students.

Families and the student own the responsiblity. Any devices students bring to school are their sole responsibility. HP recommends purchasing a Accidental Damage Protection warranty with each device.

Most schools run a series of BYOD information nights. At these nights you will be advised of the partnerships your school has with organisations such as HP, it is here you will be advised of the best time to purchase your child’s learning device. HP commonly sees two buying periods for BYOD devices - pre Christmas (November to December) and then for a few short weeks in early January. HP recommends you aim to purchase prior to Christmas to ensure you avoid stock outages, shipping delays etc, which can happen during the Christmas period when some business close for the holidays.

There is no simple answer to this question as it is dependent on a huge number of factors such as teaching style, current student habits and lifestyle as well as the type of viewing experience for the student in the classroom. Some “screen time” in class will be using the device to write or create a piece for discussion and/or assessment. At other times this will involve viewing of pictures or video to support learning and/or communicating with peers and teachers about the work being covered in class.

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