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Use of technology in the classroom will only become more integral and transformative to education, Microsoft chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie told a crowd of about 70 undergraduate and graduate students at Princeton University, reports the Daily Princetonian. Mundie discussed how several recently developed technologies could be applied in educational contexts and, more generally, in improving the free flow of information. Someday walls and desks "will essentially have computers built into them," Mundie said, explaining that touch screens could "take social computing processes and use them directly in the educational process" by connecting the user to content created
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