LocalSource.com reports that middle school students in the West Orange public school system are enjoying chemistry class more than ever because of their new PDAs. They are using the Dell Axim, which is a rechargeable handheld unit, with 64 megabytes of memory. Teachers can beam information to students, and vice versa. Each science lab in the district has 25 Axim units allocated to them. Each unit has Microsoft Word, Excel, wireless internet access and e-chem, a chemistry program that can used to build molecules in 3-D......
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