The Digital Answer Man and new tech, in classrooms and beyond
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Jim Barry, the Digital Answer Man
Provided, the Consumer Electronics Association
A long, long time ago, the only technology a student needed for school was a calculator. Now school districts across the country are equipping students with smart tablets or laptops, deemed as vital to learning today as pencil and paper, if not more so. Technology is quickly changing how we look at education, as well as many other aspects of life, from communicating with others to staying healthy to controlling our homes. Joining us to provide some insight on the latest and greatest tech products is Jim Barry, the Digital Answer Man for the Consumer Electronics Association.