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iPad Integrally Substitutes Textbooks in a Notre Dame Class

14 September 2010 No Comment

Corey Angst, assistant professor of management at the American University of Notre Dame, is debuting the first and only class taught using iPad in substitution of traditional textbooks.

Forty students are following the course, using iPads borrowed from the University.

The broader goal of the initiative is to build an ePublishing ecosystem that eases and makes inexpensive creation, management, sharing, annotation, reading, and distribution of education materials between teachers, students, and staff.

This is huge and shows how the iPad is poised to radically change the world in which we will live, starting – also – from education.

We encorage you to read Angst’s blog in addition to the original article.


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