RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC - June 2, 2009 - Lenovo today announced the Global Education Research program, an initiative that will analyze and measure the impact of technology on students' educational experiences at various levels, ranging from first grade through higher education, both inside and outside the classroom.
The new initiative aims to gain a complete view of the role and impact of technology in all aspects of education. The program kicks off during Lenovo's 12th annual Think Tank education conference hosted this year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, NC on June 1-3.
Lenovo has created a network of education centers that will contribute the best practices in education from around the globe and across all disciplines, in and out of the traditional classroom. Initial program participants include the following centers:
University of North Carolina Center for Faculty Excellence, Chapel Hill, NC
Institute for International Leadership, Honolulu, HI
Tiger Woods Learning Center, Anaheim, CA
Lenovo is developing the Global Education Research Centers in partnership with Microsoft and Intel. For more information see www.lenovo.com (opens in new tab).