Improved mobile educational technology will mean “students will engage in interactive, anytime, anywhere learning that will allow them access to the advanced manufacturing courses, modules, and custom self-help on iTunes U as well as thousands of free education applications and apps for purchase for which each will have an allowance,” Robeson spokeswoman Lisa Hunt said.
The Community College of Philadelphia said in a statement that decision makers would use the injection of federal funds to build an online platform to prepare students for careers in “advanced manufacturing and logistics, energy distribution, production and conservation, and health care technology industries.”
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