Flipped BYOD modell for university students
The Eszterházy Károly College had offered such a program for 5 years. Accordingly in return for a symbolic downpayment guarantee students received a laptop for personal use which the institution purchased after their graduation or the given student could have bought it at the cost of the downpayment. While business sponsorship contributed to the success of the program with 5000 laptop, the material acquisition moratorium introduced in the higher education arena resulted in the termination of the scheme.
The aim is implementing the flipped BYOD-method cooperation with business sponsorship in HE by provide a laptop to the students. The project was the pioneer of Access Model: A 1:1 Framework For Teaching With iPads & Other Tablets.