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Friday, October 15, 2010
E-readers - Kindles and more
The university library at Western Carolina University has been swamped by requests to checkout its Kindle e-readers. Schools, such as the Standish-Sterling Community Schools in Michigan have started limited pilot projects with just selected classes so far. But it has them thinking. As part of their 3 year technology plans they are exploring 1 for each student.
Let's help them out. The ereader market is just part of the mobile digital literacy scene. Is it too soon to buy in big? How would you use them in your classroom? What educational challenges would these devices help solve?
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