Changing the Interface of Education

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Changing the Interface of Education with Revolutionary Learning Technologies
by Nishikant Sonwalkar
Web-based or Web-supported courses, high-quality video streamed over the Internet, virtual learning environments, and voice recognition are just a few of the technologies that will foster fundamental changes in the interface to educational resources and systems.

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