AN EDUCATION APP
North Carolina's classrooms will not have new books in them next year. Nor will they for the foreseeable future. The latest education budgets coming out of the General Assembly are getting more and more austere with every legislative session, and it has forced teachers and schools to find innovative ways to keep up in the classroom with the ever-changing learning environment. One of the biggest ways is the widespread adoption of computer tablets in the classroom, which is expected to completely phase out textbooks altogether. In response to this, the College of Design tasked its seniors with designing a learning system that can meet the demands of the current textbook experience and strengthen a teacher's hand in the classroom.