[Coming Soon] Mobile Internet Classroom Curriculum

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Overwhelming by all our content here? Not sure where to start, or what to read next?

We're bringing together our in-depth videos & articles - organized in the order we recommend approaching them. Consider this our Classroom Lesson Plan, that you can work through at your own pace.

 

Stay Tuned as we put this together - a preview of Section 1 is already available!

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Section 1: Assessing Your Mobile Internet Needs

Before you decide on what gear and plans will make up your mobile internet setup - you first have to assess your mobile internet needs.

What is right for you depends so much on what you want to be able to do online, your travel style and how important mobile internet will be for you.

In this section, the lessons below will walk you through some things to think through.

 

Lessons in this Section:

Level

Guide to Read

Video

Beginner
 Mobile Internet Options for RVers Overview

(Free!)

Beginner
Mobile Internet Tips for Working Remotely

(Free!)

Beginner
 Assembling Your Mobile Internet Arsenal

(Member Only Video, content in Overview Guide Above)

43 m (Member Only - Log In to View)

Beginner
TV & Movie Entertainment on the Road: Streaming, Downloading & Alternatives

(Mix of Free & Member Exclusive Content)

28 m (Member Only - Log In to View)

Beginner
[Coming Soon] Mobile Internet Tips for Online Gaming

(Mix of Free & Member Exclusive Content)


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Section 2: Cellular Data


Cellular Data is a primary way mobile travelers stay online. This section will go through considerations for selecting plans, selecting your gear and enhancing your signal.

 


Section 3: Other Ways Online

In your travels, you also might want to consider other sources of internet for getting online.

This might include using Wi-Fi hotspots (such as those provided by campgrounds & marinas), satellite or thinking outside the box for alternative ideas.

This section will go over these options.


 

Section 4: Bringing It All Together

Once you've considered how you'll get your internet connection - now it's time to figure out how to bring it all together.

This section will go over routers, installation, samples and other approaches for streamlining your setup.

 

 

 


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