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Madison, Wis. - Forget a computer on every desktop - the future of learning is a computer in the palm of every hand.

It's learning that can engage diverse audiences - from uncommunicative high school students to members of the Armed Forces - in methods that can blend reality with artificial scenarios.

That vision of a fully mobile future was one of the topics discussed at ......

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Jan and Squire walked through a test of Mad City done with high school students, who were investigating a death that appeared to be accidental drowning. Teams of three students were given PDAs and took on the persona of government officials and scientists, accessing digital interviews that were viewed depending on geographic location and assigned r......

Full article >>> human performance technology (HPT) to sailors who were stationed on ships and bases near Key West and Miami. Their geography meant they would be unable to have a basic class, and due to security reasons they could not log onto the Internet for online courses.

UWF decided to tackle that program with a "pocket campus" approach: using PDAs which had their Bluetooth and wireless options remov......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 08/08/05


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