Digitial technology is every where. You can watch the presidential candidates debate on You Tube, watch a video on your iPod or download a book on your Kindle. You even can read the entire St. Petersburg Times from the comfort of your own PC or laptop.
College campuses around the nation are making textbooks available electronically for students. Are high schools students next to be reading about history, mathematics and grammar on a laptop instead of in a traditional textbook? How do you feel about this new technology? Do you think schools should replace textbooks with laptops for each student? If so, why? If not, why not? Look for an article in the St. Petersburg Times electronic edition that helps support your perspective. Share your thoughts by clicking on the link below.