Our larger group has also started this blog about Apple 1:1 computing (http://1to1learning.blogspot.com).
The group I am in with Tina and Howard has created a searchable database of released 1:1 computing research that can support queries by research question as well as other differentiating factors. I’ll link that here later after we get it moved over to a production server. This will be great for my doctoral research this fall! 🙂
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