James Clay's ALT-C Workshop Blog
Tuesday, 9 September 2008
Asus eee - application as a mobile computing lab to creating learning spaces in faclities for computer use in areas where this is not normally available.
- placement students using them to maintain a portfolio when combined with a USB modem.
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