An interesting experiment is going on in Ghana.
WSJ Blogs has an article on the nonprofit Worldreader’s lastest plan.
In the developing world, where literacy remains a giant challenge, might digital books be able to leapfrog their print counterparts?
Thatâ€™s what a non-profit called Worldreader is trying to figure out with a series of trials in Ghana that involve giving students Amazon.com Kindles to read in school and at home.
I think I would like to see what comes of this.
The picture is from toc.oreilly.com.