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In this paper, we describe wireless grids, an emerging technology that enables ad hoc sharing of resources (such as screen, services and microphone) on edge devices (such as mobile Internet devices, laptops and mobile phones). As wireless devices have become common, and "smart," wireless grids have become practical. To highlight the capabilities of wireless grids to support collaborative learning, projects at the K-12 and undergraduate levels illustrate that wireless grid theory isdoi:10.1109/hicss.2011.112 dblp:conf/hicss/Ramnarine-RieksMS11 fatcat:lkers25xgzblnh74r2pe2d3xxa