Technology in Education

Since the introduction of the iPhone in 2007, the race to create the most versatile mobile device has spawned countless products with a myriad of capabilities and functions. We've seen 3G fall to the wayside of 4G, smartphones get bigger, tablets get smaller, and PCs get left in the technological scrap yard. We see schools like Garin College in New Zealand implementing a bring your own technology model (BYOT) that will make it mandatory for students to possess and bring to class some form of mobile  device. There are also school systems in the United States, such as Indiana, that are in the initial phases of creating classes that eliminate the necessity for printed textbooks and provide students with tablet devices that have digital copies of their study material. 

The writing on the wall is becoming quite clear - the classroom as we know it is taking a drastic turn to incorporate the products of the digital age. As Augustus "found Rome a city of bricks and left it a city of marble," so mobile technology is transforming the classroom by putting limitless information in the hands of every student. 

Having long been a promoter of putting education and information in the hands of every learner, The College Network has developed and has been providing online learning material to its customers for several years. With the advent of the digital/mobile age, TCN has worked diligently to provide the most up-to-date and advanced course content in the realm of higher education. Several projects are in the works to  expand TCN's library of products and increase their availability across multiple platforms, so if you are interested in earning advanced degree, there hasn't been a better time than now to research The College Network and find out how they can change your life.

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