Lit review

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Definition of what this lit review is about which is provided by embedding the definition page using the {{:definition_page_name}} tags.

e.g. Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) refers to learners being able to bring any mobile computing device in to school and connect it to the school network, without having to register the device in advance. In practice this usually involves connecting the device to the internet via the school wifi connection.

As yet we have failed to identify any schools in England that are adopting a BYOT (as opposed to BYOD) approach. Having said that, the following is an example of a BYOT (as opposed to BYOD) case study -- but then it is a college:

BYOT Case Study -- New College, Swindon

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The analysis of what the literature says.


The list of sources referred to in the Summary

Other stuff to add[edit]

Annotated links to sources which need to be integrated into the Summary (and then the source added to the Bibliography)