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Stephen Abram's Posts About Library Land
Created by: OnlineTeachingDegree.com
Posted on: February 27, 2012, 7:12 am
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That’s one way of looking at it. Another way is to consider the benefits of having the iPad (or any tablet) technology at one’s fingertips — less to carry, more tools than a traditional textbook (video, audio, links to additional resources) — plus the fact that an iPad is so much more than an eReader. Students can also use it to produce presentations, collaborate, do research, etc…
And the most costly expense could be the school’s commitment to information having to then be vetted by Apple; a company that has a history of censoring information through their app store.