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Printer Access in a Digital World

on June 5, 2013

With the transition to digital education, including the adoption of 1:1 computing, e-textbooks and mobile devices, it’s easy to think that printers are a relic of paper-based education. But this is far from the truth. In this new digital realm, printers can be a vital ingredient in the educational process. As the classroom continues to evolve, the ways in which students and teachers use printers — and the access they need to them — will also change. This Center for Digital Education white paper highlights the printer’s evolving role in the digital classroom and explains why it is critical in K-12 education for all students and teachers to have access to a printer.



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