Today's college classrooms are high-tech marvels, with overhead projectors and grease pencils largely being replaced by document cameras, handheld clickers, and interactive whiteboards, USA Today reports. "A lot of this is us catching up with the students and what they're bringing to us," says Michael Reuter, 42, director of technology operations at Central Michigan University. At Central Michigan, a new $50 million education building has 75 miles of internet networking cable and 11 miles of phone cable, allowing out-of-town students to link with the classroom. Abilene Christian University freshmen receive more than the usual campus map and lists of required...

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