South Korea to Replace Textbooks With Tablets

July 6, 2011 § Leave a comment

Countries have been slow to jump on the digital textbook bandwagon, but one country hopes to lead the way in the 21st century classroom. Web-magazine Engadget reports that South Korea plans to replace textbooks with tablets by 2015. Here’s the scoop: 

South Korea announced this week that it plans to spend over $2 billion developing digital textbooks, replacing paper in all of its schools by 2015. Students would access paper-free learning materials from a cloud-based system, supplementing traditional content with multimedia on school-supplied tablets. The system would also enable homebound students to catch up on work remotely — they won’t be practicing taekwondo on a virtual mat, but could participate in math or reading lessons while away from school, for example.

What do you feel about this complete digital transformation? 

For more information, read the source here.

        

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