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Some thoughts on robotics for education

@inproceedings{Malec2001SomeTO,
  title={Some thoughts on robotics for education},
  author={J. Malec},
  year={2001}
}
In this paper we formulate some thoughts about use of robotics in education, in particular at college and university level. We argue that, although robotics is used in many universities and courses, its advantages are not necessarily as obvious as we would like to believe. There is an apparent need for analysis that would provide more convincing data supporting use of robotics for educational purposes. 
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