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The Morning Edition - K-W | Oct 16, 2013 | 6:26

Haiti teachers learning to use BlackBerry devices in the classroom

A group organized by a Wilfrid Laurier University professor is distributing BlackBerry smartphones in Haiti. The team is now teaching school staff in Port-au-Prince to use the devices as classroom tools. Rob McBride is part of the team.

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