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ISTE11 NEWS: One-to-One control in classroom

uWriteTouch is introducing KUNO at ISTE 2011 this week (booth 1855).  KUNO  allows schools the ability to manage and control the individual student devices from a teacher, school, and even district level. Through partnership with sister company CurriculumLoft KUNO answers
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uWriteTouch is introducing KUNO at ISTE 2011 this week (booth 1855). KUNO allows schools the ability to manage and control the individual student devices from a teacher, school, and even district level.

Through partnership with sister company CurriculumLoft; KUNO answers concerns that implementing a one-to-one device initiative will only give students access to play games and text during class. CurriculumLoft’s management software allows only course materials and other teacher-approved resources to be accessed from the devices, so as to enhance - not distract from - the learning environment.

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