Mobile Devices as the New Blend for Student
Collaboration and Engagement
High Level Student Engagement.
Collaboration and Team Building.
Developing Critical Thinking Skills.
Enhancing Campus Teaching.
18. “Never doubt the power of a
small group of people to change
the world. Nothing else ever has”.
CU in the Future
“Every society honours its live
conformists and its dead troublemakers.“
No budgets or humans were harmed in the making of this presentation
“If you don’t like change,
you’re going to like irrelevance even less.”
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