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Changing the Way we Teach & Learn using VR & AR for Education | by Julie Smithson | AR/VR Journey: Augmented & Virtual Reality Magazine.

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Education is the only business stilt debating the usefulness of technology — Rod Paige.

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Scanners and Copiers Types of E-waste Mouse, Keyboards, and Other Electronic Personal Electronic Monitors Laptops Televisions Equiprnent x 479.

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xvmvwno. Cleanaway – which is a waste management company in Australia cites – E-waste – An inconvenient consequence of the digital age..

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https://www.cleanaway.com.au/sustainable-future/e-waste-problem/.

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ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS E-waste can cause serious health conditions, as it emits toxic chemicals such as lead, mercury and arsenic. These chemicals pollute our soil, water, surrounding ecosystems and our health. The issue occurs when companies do not always comply with the necessary measures for proper disposal. E-waste is exported by developed countries to the under-developed nations..

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st favoured option Reduce lowering the amount of waste produced Reuse using materials repeatedly Recycle using materials to make new products recovering energy Recovery from waste safe disposal of waste Landfill to landfill Least favoured option semantic scholar Visit Risk Assessment and Environmental Impact of E-Waste Management I Semantic Scholar.

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Futuristic School (Illustration) | School illustration, Futuristic school, Illustration.