19 Mar '13, 1pm

Amplify Tablet unveiled as the first open-source, tablet-based educational tool of its kind

As we continue our trek into a highly evolved, technological world, it is only expected that educational methods begin to follow suit to provide students with the highest quality of learning available. Leaving mundane chalkboards usage and straight vehement lecturing behind, certain colleges are already beginning this change by providing students with mobile computing solutions that link the classroom together for an interactive learning experience. Now, the former News Corp branded company now known as Amplify has unveiled the first open-source tablet based learning platform specifically designed to “amplify” the learning experience in K-12 classrooms all around.

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