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SIDON, Lebanon: The Iman High School in Sidon has introduced a new technology to its classrooms: touch-screen televisions. But the school has not purchased the interactive displays – they are being built by students. Demonstrating the progress the school has made in expanding its technical programs, students of the Technology and Robotics club have worked in the lab to modify seven normal televisions to have touch-screen displays. Amoura said the project taught students a number of lessons.Students were then responsible for installing the electronic chips and wires to allow the televisions to function as touch-screens.Rana Zamel, a student who worked on the project, explained that as well as assembling the smart televisions, students also transferred paper books into electronic format for use in the classroom.
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