Decline of the PDA? In education?

Decline of the PDA? (Via Technorati Search for: “Educational Technology”.) Having spent a good deal of time on handhelds in education, but having recently suggested that CUE could drop the handheld course description from a pending press release about the CUEtoYOU professional development program, I found this headline interesting. This is a thorough and balanced post on a trend I’ve been noticing lately, and from an educational perspective in places – from a blog I haven’t noticed before. Lets hear it for Technorati search feeds.

Alright, back to work for me…

2 Responses to “Decline of the PDA? In education?”

  1. Ideas and Thoughts from an EdTech » Handhelds in the Classroom…Action Research Project Says:

    [...] It’s likely that we will not have internet access with the handhelds. I’m wondering about the power of these tools without having access to the internet, especially in the light of this article via Mark Wagner. [...]

  2. Mobile Gizmo Says:

    Mobile Gizmo…

    This was especially true back when the internet was limited to large institutions and the telcos were only there to provide the pipes. If one institution decided to not play by the rules then other institutions would stop talking to them. The telco was…