Many universities are giving up on their idea of “One Laptop Per Student” theory in the classroom because computers interfere with learning.

Traditional Universities also want to remove WiFi and other communication connections from being available during teaching sessions because students are surfing the web and creating email instead of being involved in class.

When the classroom becomes virtual and the only way to communicate and learn and interact is through the keyboard or the video conference — one begins to realize the irreconcilable conflict between traditional learning methods and the necessary collaborative memes of Distance Learning.

We believe not in “one laptop per student” but in “multiple computers for all students” and we get there by internetworking and creating connectoids to each other.