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A number of Centennial College programs are now part of Bring IT, using mobile learning devices in the classroom to transform teaching and learning. In the fall 2020 semester, many more programs will be implemented devices in their delivery to ensure students are learning using the latest technologies that are material to their future workplace and career. 

If your program is participating in Bring IT, you will be required to have and use your own mobile computing device that meets the hardware requirements unique to the software and curriculum. Whether your program’s mobile computing device is a laptop, tablet or smartphone, Bring IT will enhance your learning experience and increase your confidence using technology that is specific to your field. Bring IT programs integrate mobile and web-based technologies into the classroom, enhancing student learning and fostering better interaction between peers and instructors. It also makes you less dependent on computer lab space while giving you access to the software, tools and library resources you need to support learning at your convenience, on or off-campus.

Take a moment to learn more as we answer your most anticipated questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Schools and Programs in the Bring IT program:

School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts

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School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science

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School of Communications, Media, Arts and Design

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School of Transportation

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The Business School

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School of Community & Health Studies

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