We are at the convergence of technological, pedagogical, and administrative changes in higher education that could generate the "killer app" for students and teachers. With open knowledge initiatives, wireless, new operating systems, campus course-tools, and the sharing of interoperable learning objects, this "real processor" may change the way we do our daily work as much as a word processor has done for writing. What would such a real processor look like? How would it change the teaching and learning environment? In this session we will explore a prototype.
Winner: 2001 EDUCAUSE Award for Leadership in Information Technologies