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Anyone can take a look at the world today and see that computers have a major role in keeping everything in order Some people find it hard to go just one day without being able to use their computer I sometimes find myself to be one of these people One way that I propose to help introduce young adults into this computer age is to have colleges issue laptops to entering students With the United States being one of the most technologically advanced nations in the world there is no reason why colleges should not be issuing laptops to entering students The problem with most young adults today is that they are not as computer literate as they should be Getting more students involved with computers would better prepare them for the more technically advanced world they will soon be entering into after collegeOne of the main problems is that young adults do not get enough hands on experience with computers as they should to better their knowledge on how to use them Being able to use them everyday in class and out of class would increase their computer knowledge greatly and it would help them to get better jobs when they get out of college It makes it easier to keep track of everything and you do not have to worry about forgetting your homework or the dog eating it As soon as you are finished typing your assignment on the computer you simply e-mail it or send it through the campus network to the teachers laptop Once the teacher is finished grading it he would simply send you an e-mail telling you what you missed and your grade for that assignment This also makes it easier for the teacher to keep in contact with the student to let them know how they are doing in class or things that they might want to improve upon to do better in that class In a
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