Curtis Bonk

Professor of Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University

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Professor of Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University and author of The World Is Open: How Web Technology Is Revolutionizing Education  

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Apple's new  iPad  blew out of stores on Saturday. Some 300,000 of them went home with consumers according to Apple.

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Apple's new  iPad  blew out of stores on Saturday. Some 300,000 of them went home with consumers according to Apple.

Apple Does It Again, but Does the iPad Live Up to Its Hype?

Apple's new iPad blew out of stores on Saturday. Some 300,000 of them went home with consumers according to Apple.

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