ConnectEd Nebraska, Powered by eduroam
ConnectEd Nebraska is a collaborative initiative between the NDE, State of Nebraska, and ESU leaders to standardize and enable roaming wireless internet access—called eduroam—across the state. Learn how pilot schools in Kearney, Grand Island, Broken Bow, and Lincoln have adopted this technology to improve internet access and portability, and how you can sign up to participate in this initiative.
What is ConnectEd Nebraska?
Nebraska was selected as one of only three states to pilot a K-12 global Wi-Fi program. Through ConnectEd Nebraska, participating teachers, staff, and students in Nebraska will have anywhere, anytime wireless access at all educational sites in the state and in other eduroam-participating sites throughout the U.S. and other countries.
What is eduroam?
eduroam is a service that allows students, researchers, teachers, and staff from participating universities, colleges, K-12 schools, libraries, and museums to obtain secure Internet connectivity when visiting other participating schools by simply opening their computing device.