From digital "chalkboards" to Wi-Fi badges, universities score high on tech adoption.
By Elizabeth Svoboda
Posted 12.10.2003 at 5:01 pm 0 Comments
College students have long been the first to jump on hot new technology: They swapped e-mails a decade before the Web went mainstream and toted MP3 players while everyone else plugged into sandwich-size Walkmans. What gives?
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