The education sector is certainly picking up on the value of Tablet PCs. From The Rogersville Review, we learn of a school in Tennessee that has implemented wireless throughout its entire campus and has outfitted its faculty with Tablet PCs
With the first day of classes less than a week away Rogersville City School faculty members are being trained to use the school’s new wireless technology and Tablet PCs — one of the first projects of its kind completed in the state.
“The students are natives to this culture and a lot of us are immigrants,” Ravan Krickbaum, director of Rogersville City School, said regarding computers and the Internet. “With wireless Internet technology and a tablet PC the opportunities for learning are just endless.”
Going “wireless” means students and teachers can connect computer systems together without physical cables.
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