Text Messaging: an Economic Windfall and the Way to Communicate with Students?

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Check out that last stat: “Text messaging has generated $585 billion for operators worldwide, and is expected to generate more than $1 trillion over the next seven years.”

It’s where the kids are any time they get the chance – 24 hours a day. I’m thinking I should get all the junior and senior high kid’s cell phone numbers and send the overdue notices out that way. Just think – I could remind them every day. 🙂

From tatango via The Centered Librarian.

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2 responses to “Text Messaging: an Economic Windfall and the Way to Communicate with Students?

  1. They think it s funny when I remind them that I m older than their parents.

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