Long Island University deploys 6,000 iPads, Notre Dame piloting iPad classes

If you needed any evidence that the iPad is a viable tool for use in education, look no further. At The University of Notre Dame, Assistant Professor of Management Corey Angst is debuting the University’s first and only class taught using Apple’s new wireless tablet computer to replace traditional textbooks. Read More.

Although there are many other schools who have introduced iPads to their students and faculty in pilot groups or individual departments, Long Island University has committed to iPads for its entire student enrollment. Long Island University deploys 6,000 iPads, may double that next year.

These and many other institutions realize that the iPad is a powerful and intuitive learning tool that can enhance the learning experience.

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