Sin #14: Ease of Set Up – The 17 Deadly Sins of Flipped Learning Technology Selection

Some tools are too complex for schools to use. On top of that, many tools require an inordinate amount of time for the technology staff to set up. I remember imaging countless computers one at a time, copying apps to devices one at a time, and thinking that it was crazy. Tools should be easy to setup and easy to manage from both the administrator’s and user’s points of view.

Before you buy: Make sure to double and triple check that you are getting a tool that is easy to set up or you will, like I was, be frustrated by a tool that is not worth all of the effort.

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