University campuses have gotten smaller, not in terms of physical layout, but in the time it takes to reach out to students. Landline telephones are old news, as students are tethered to their cell phones. And now the challenge for many college administrators today is how can they put that cell phone to work for both students and the college, reports CR80News. In Palo Alto, Calif., home of Stanford University, developers of an iPhone application called iStanford 2.0 hope one day to see the iPhone replace the campus ID card. The entrepreneurial Stanford students have already produced a suite of...

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