Microsoft's Mundie gives campuses peek at tech's future
In one scenario, a student's entire educational history can be accessed from an Internet-connected Tablet PC. Scroll back in time to see notes from high-school biology, scroll forward to a present-day anatomy curriculum.
The conceptual software also looks ahead, charting upcoming assignments and tests.
The tablet replaces the textbook — in this example, the famous "Gray's Anatomy" — giving students access to three-dimensional models of the human body that can be rotated, zoomed in on and explored system by system. (Source: Benjamin J. Romano, Seattle Times)
Chris De Herrera