Indiana University has announced that it has entered into an agreement with AT&T, providing graduate students and staff in its Kelley School of Business with discounted BlackBerry smart phones, reports the Richmond Distance Learning Examiner. The program was negotiated by University Information Technology Services and will begin on July 1. Educators at the university will be able to experiment with integrating different forms of distance education with the smart phones, as well as allow students to work with a tool that has become nearly ubiquitous in the business world. The BlackBerry provides internet access, web tools and applications, and information...

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