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Which features of gesture-based computing will educators use most frequently in 2011?

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15.99%
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14.76%
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20.42%
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16.98%
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June 30, 2011 @ 04:29pm CDT
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rdavis   •   Tue May 10 2011 at 09:48am CDT
I think that gesture-based computing will make inroads where educators are already using tools pedagogically; since whiteboards are already somewhat common for pedagogical use, that seems like the most likely place for gesture-based computing to show up.

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"More smartphone projects keep coming out."
Creating GBC content for handhelds
May 24, 2011 @ 02:49pm CDT

"These are already established in K-20: first-mover advantage."
Working with interactive whiteboards
May 10, 2011 @ 09:50am CDT

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