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The Acer Chromebook R 11 C738T is packed with the latest technology and features, combined with the ease of use of Chrome, for a faster, more productive and engaging experience for students.

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Going Mobile in South America While handheld computing has steadily been gaining momentum in U.S. schools over the past three years, it's also drawn the attention of developing countries looking to provide their students with a low-cost, portable educational tool. For example, researchers at the Catholic University

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File Sharing for Fun and Profit "How many hours have you spent doing work that you aren't being paid for?" asks the Web site BFriendly.com, whose new Einstein file sharing program is sure to raise ire in the education community. Primarily designed to allow high school and college students to share homework and

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Got Grokker? In the ever-expanding World Wide Web, the most relevant resources for research are not always on the first page of Google results. Sometimes they're not even on the first 20 pages. Data visualization tool Grokker offers some relief for users looking to quickly retrieve pertinent information from deep

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Trendwatch Topics Rolling Up our Sleeves Probeware Revisited Special 25th Anniversary Survey Quotables The Learning Game Educated Opinions New on Techlearning.com Rolling Up our Sleeves Practical tools were definitely front and center in this year's conference offerings. Organizations and vendors alike

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Q. Where's the Remote? A. On a server somewhere managing "hosted" software for Sprint, classroom desktops for Apple and NetSupport School, IT supervision for Gateway, and more. Watch for the rise of remote management in schools as we continue to lack adequate personnel and eyes in the backs of our heads. A New

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Un-Trend of the Month Todd Oppenheimer's book, The Flickering Mind: The False Promise of Technology in the Classroom and How Learning Can Be Saved (Random House, 2003). OK, so he won a National Magazine Award back in 1998 for his controversial Atlantic Monthly story on this subject, but we say: Time to arise from