Southern Illinois University selected the Dell Latitude 10 for its one-to-one tablet program, the Mobile Dawg Initiative.
“The Dell Latitude tablet enables students to go way beyond reading course material,” said David Crain, assistant provost and chief information officer, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. “With Windows 8, students are able to easily conduct online research and connect to our campus apps, as well as write reports and use the same software that they do in our computer labs.”
University of Massachusetts Lowell
deployed Dell Cloud Client Computing solutions for learning anytime, anywhere.
“Our goal is to enhance the learning experience and give 24/7 access to the digital resources students need to excel,” said Steve Athanas, Director of Systems Engineering, University of Massachusetts Lowell. “By partnering with Dell to deploy virtual labs, we not only give our students a flexible and state-of-the-art learning and testing environment, we also save power and IT resources to improve overall service delivery on campus.”
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