Roanoke Catholic School adapts to hybrid learning with AI-driven network
The coronavirus pandemic created new challenges for educators everywhere, but Roanoke Catholic School was well prepared for a rapid pivot to hybrid learning with its AI-driven Juniper-based network. Whether students are in a classroom or learning remotely, Roanoke Catholic keeps its diverse student body engaged and learning.
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Students who rely on a great network for learning
New engineering class
< 4 hours
To set up and install 45 access points
Preparing students for lifelong success
Roanoke Catholic created a new engineering class to give students hands-on experience with coding and electronics. Sporting events can now be broadcast from the gym. And effective use of educational technology not only contributes to the success of current students, it is also attracting new students.
But fast, reliable Wi-Fi for learning is just the start. Juniper Access Points deliver Wi-Fi 6 as well as virtual Bluetooth® LE and IoT integration, enabling efficient connectivity for the building heating and cooling systems.
Sebolt imagines the future possibilities of a flexible, AI-driven network, including offering turn-by-turn directions across campus and digitally assisted contact tracing in the event of a COVID outbreak.
“We have so many great use cases that are possible now that we have Juniper Mist. I’m looking forward to all that we can do for our students and staff,” he says.
Published February 2021