One to one computing

One to one computing

One to One Computing in education refers to a computer for every student which is an initiative created by many companies such as Microsoft, Apple, Dell, HP, and Intel. One-to-one computing means that every student or teacher is given a computer, the internet and software anytime and anywhere. The term computer is used to mean a personal computer, laptop, netbook, handheld, or tablet.[1]

One Laptop Per Child has been implementing this approach since 2007.

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