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Arizona State University to use adaptive learning technology

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phoenixdave
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re: Arizona State University to use adaptive learning technology
phoenixdave   1/9/2011 9:05:40 PM
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Seems to work now for me too.....the weird and wonderful world of cyberspace...

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Max The Magnificent   1/9/2011 7:35:50 PM
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That's funny -- both links work for me -- Max

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phoenixdave   1/7/2011 11:21:12 PM
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Max, link goes to invalid page...

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re: Arizona State University to use adaptive learning technology
Max The Magnificent   1/7/2011 10:26:57 PM
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Thinking about it, my son finds math to be somewhat "trying"... I hope he has access to this technology when he goes to college...

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