Time for ebooks in the classroom?

Six Lessons One Campus Learned About E-Textbooks Is it time to switch to ebooks? Not quite yet, according to Chronicle writer Jeffrey R. Young after he visited with Northwest Missouri State University faculty and students about their venture into the world of e-textbooks.  NWMSU has been a leader in student communication technologies since the days […]

Time for ebooks in the classroom?

Six Lessons One Campus Learned About E-Textbooks Is it time to switch to ebooks? Not quite yet, according to Chronicle writer Jeffrey R. Young after he visited with Northwest Missouri State University faculty and students about their venture into the world of e-textbooks.  NWMSU has been a leader in student communication technologies since the days […]

India buys a quarter of a million netbooks

With no $10 laptop in sight, India buys 250,000 OLPCs – Ars Technica One Laptop Per Child gets new life with India choosing to buy a quarter of a million computers for students throughout the country. It will be interesting to see how they decide to distribute these laptops and what operating system and software […]

India buys a quarter of a million netbooks

With no $10 laptop in sight, India buys 250,000 OLPCs – Ars Technica One Laptop Per Child gets new life with India choosing to buy a quarter of a million computers for students throughout the country. It will be interesting to see how they decide to distribute these laptops and what operating system and software […]

Should OLPC get out of the netbook business?

Cheaper cheap laptop promised One Laptop Per Child is still working on their goal of producing a $100 laptop to help bridge the digital divide. This article questions whether they should be in the business at all given that existing computer companies are now making a similar product. (tags: K-12 OLPC digital_divide laptop)