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South Korea To Go Paperless In Schools By 2015 [Headlines]

South Korea To Go Paperless In Schools By 2015 [Headlines]
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South Korea plans to use tablets as the medium for their educations system.

Valentina Park
  • 6 july 2011

South Korea has announced that it plans to replace textbooks and all paper in its schools with tablets by 2015, Engadget says. It looks like they’re not going to go with a specific tablet like the iPad but have a special tablet made, which seems questionable. But, after all, South Korea is the home of Samsung, a big tablet maker and a very politically powerful conglomerate. Textbooks would be delivered over the cloud and students could participate in remote classes. Business Insider

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