Remember when you went to a computer store to buy a computer?
At the beginning of this year CompUSA, which used to be the largest chain of computer stores, closed all their stores in the DC area. This week they announced they would dump the rest of their retail outlets after the holiday season.
More evidence of how computers have become a common part of every day life. Who needs to get one at a special place?
Think of all the computing devices available these days and all places you can buy them. Every shopping center has at least one “computer store”.
And how many of those computing devices are we using to enhance teaching and learning?
Just a question.