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Why 1:1 is Right for Higher Ed and How to Make it Work

on May 29, 2014

1:1 programs are the best way to ensure equality of access in higher education while also improving learning and helping campuses to recruit and retain students. But the path forward can be arduous and expensive – and results are not guaranteed. This paper provides best practices from a university that has traveled this path before – Southern Illinois University – and recommendations for colleges and universities that want to realize the benefits of 1:1 computing.



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