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SERSC Impact of Pervasive Computing in Education

  title={SERSC Impact of Pervasive Computing in Education},
  author={Jasmine Norman},
  • J. Norman
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science, Education
Pervasive computing has greater influence in different domains on both local and global scenarios. It is important for researchers to identify the challenges, rewards, goals, and methods of developing these technologies in different domains to fully aware of its potential. Pervasive computing would take away the boundaries in computing and ultimately, benefit the whole society. Just as a smart car or a smart home or a smart classroom, it should not be hard to anticipate a smart student or a… 

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