As part of its commitment to creating a technologically advanced learning environment, Seton Hall University gives every undergraduate student a laptop computer as part of their tuition and fees. When the university began experimenting with Android tablets instead, students said they missed the productivity experience of using Microsoft Office. Learn how Seton Hall has solved this challenge with the help of tablets from Samsung.
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