How technology helps some universities personalize large classes

04/17/2011 | Toronto Star, The

As class sizes rise in some universities in Ontario, Canada, professors are finding new ways to personalize lessons, often using technology. One professor says he offers students MP3 files with comments on their assignments. Another posts lectures online with links to videos and animation, while teaching assistants answer questions that are e-mailed throughout the day.

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