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Students and Robots, in Harmony (Inside Higher Ed)

Students and Robots, in Harmony (Inside Higher Ed)

"Three years ago, Christine Greenhow, associate professor of educational psychology and educational technology at Michigan State University, attended a faculty meeting that would set her on an unexpected path. Presenters from the institution’s design studio showcased two different models of robots: a Kubi, which 'looks sort of like an iPad on a neck that sits on a desk,' according to Greenhow, and a Double, which can roll around hallways. "—Source: Inside Higher Ed

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

Read how telepresence robots are giving distance learning students a virtual way to participate and interact in face-to-face learning environments at Michigan State University by serving as physical proxies in the classroom. —Eduwire Editors