Thanks in part to an enterprising group of faculty who call themselves the iDreamers, Georgia College & State University (GSCU) is quickly becoming a leader in using Apple Computer's near-ubiquitous iPod to enhance education--and school officials say their efforts are helping to retain more students.


More than a third of the rural Georgia school's 300 staff members reportedly use the digital music and video players as an education or research tool. Rather than simply making class lectures available for downloading to iPods--a practice now routine at many colleges and even a few high schools--the school's educators are

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