An All iPad Classroom

An All iPad Classroom

The University of Notre Dame has launched a test program as part of a study on e-learning.

Michael Brooks
  • 1 september 2010

The University of Notre Dame is testing a new iPad-based class model. The course is part of an ambitious study undertaken by the University on the impact of “e-learning.” Students in a Project Management class will not only use the devices in place of traditional paper books, but they will be encouraged to use the i Pads for all their daily information activities as well.

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