BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Starting this semester, when Rex Cutshall asks his business students to prepare detailed answers to the problems he poses in class, figuratively he´ll be able to follow along and look over their shoulders -- all 45 of them.Undergraduates in Indiana University´s Kelley School of Business are being introduced to innovative tablet computers that have touch sensitive displays that permit them to write answers directly on the screen. Faculty members hope this new technology will allow them to more readily assist students´ work and improve instruction.

Hewlett-Packard Philanthropy has awarded the Kelley School with a grant valued at...

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