Educator chosen to try Google Glass

A high-school teacher in Indiana is one of 8,000 selected to receive a pair of Google Glass -- interactive, Internet-connected eyewear used to film videos, browse the Internet and complete other tasks. Don Wettrick's class entered a contest for the opportunity to test the device by pledging to share their educational uses for Google Glass, which won't be available to the public until the end of this year or next year.

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