South Korea classrooms to go fully digital by 2015

Published: 29 July 2011 y., Friday

South Korea is pushing forward with a plan to completely digitize its classrooms by 2015. The $2.1 billion (USD) plan calls for supplying every student in the country with a digital tablet replacing traditional textbooks. The tablets will give the students access to a massive cloud-based network where students can learn online, even when they are sick at home.

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