Can technology make the recommendations of learning science practical and affordable? (03 May 2004)
It is hard to think of any innovation more important than one that could make learning more productive and more engaging for Americans of all educational backgrounds. And it is thrilling to consider that the new tools could bring the riches of history and creative contributions from collections around the nation to every American. Museums and libraries have a long tradition of experimenting with new learning strategies and have a unique responsibility to lead a critical national effort. Iím optimistic that political leaders in Washington will provide these institutions with the resources they need to create and develop technologies that will transform the museum and library experience. I canít think of a more productive use of federal educational funds.
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