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Students Want More Mobile Devices In Classroom
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5/28/2013 | 3:57:38 AM
re: Students Want More Mobile Devices In Classroom
This is no surprise
that mobile technology is moving into the world of education. There are many
uses a mobile device could be useful for, such as using them as interactive devices to answer
questions posted during lectures. The university I attend I had to actually purchase
a spate device that was used for interacting during class and doubled for an
attendance keeper. It also cost an additional $45 dollars, I would have much rather
paid $4.95 for a mobile application that did the same thing.

Paul Sprague

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