Mobile technology transforms education in developing countries

10/20/2013 | KQED.org

The rapid growth of mobile technology, particularly in countries in Africa and Asia, has seeped into education, where the technology is viewed as a solution to providing access to those who typically are at a disadvantage. For example, a library in Ghana without books is transformed by an e-reader that provides instant access to a variety of titles.

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