Piloting a Paperless Curriculum

July 2004
District Administration;Jul2004, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p52
Focuses on a project that would provide students at Johnson Elementary School in Forney, Texas with wireless ThinkPad laptops containing the textbooks they need. Involvement of IBM Corp. and Vital Source Technologies; Implications of Internet-connected technology for the expansion of learning.


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