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Now that you have your team in place, it’s time to start planning.
Creating a plan shouldn’t seem like a daunting process. In fact, having a plan in place with goals, objectives, action items, timeline, budget, and ways to measure, ensures buy-in from the administration which can lead to success.
SMART TIP: Need help developing your connectivity plan? Here is a sample plan to help with this process.
It is likely that your off-campus connectivity strategy is tied to a larger plan, like your district’s technology or mobile learning plan. Begin there.
Indicate a specific funding source or plan to secure funding from that source.
State timeframes and deadlines. Include time to procure the devices and service, staff training, device testing, student and/or library deployment, health checks and program evaluation, results analysis meetings.