From tablets to Google Glasses, education technology has a colorful history. Take a look back and a peek forward.
Although an early form of videoconferencing was demonstrated by AT&T Corp. at the 1964 World's Fair, higher education didn't start using this technology -- dramatically improved by hardware and software advances, as well as Internet Protocol standardization -- until around 2003, when schools around the world began to integrate video conferencing into their distance-learning programs.
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