iPads for Scholars, Pt. 1

Our first roundtable on the iPad, “iPads for Scholars,” held at the Center for Teaching and Learning, Wednesday, 9/8/2010. As one might expect, the web has been awash with articles, opinions, and comments about the Ipad. Here are a few, from a variety of sources, that address some of the issues and in so doing represent common themes and memes:

Notre Dame Launches First Paperless ‘iPad Class’ – By Timon Singh, Inhabitat, Sept. 7, 2010

How Schools are Putting the IPad to Work – By Joel Mathis (of Macworld), PCWorld, Aug. 26, 2010

iPad: The New Big Gadget on Campus – By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun, Aug. 22, 2010

50 Useful Resources for Students With an iPad – Accredited Online Colleges Blog, July 27, 2010 (links)

Apple’s iPad Goes to College – By Chris Foresman, cnn.com, July 26, 2010

iPad for Education Revisited – By Lee Wilson, The Education Business Blog, June 2, 2010

First iPad University Course: An Interview with Eric Greenburg of Notre Dame – By The eLearning Coach, May 16, 2010

iPad more resources on whether it is any good in the classroom – By David Hopkins, elearning blog don’t waste your time, May 7, 2010 (with links and quotes from others)

University Presses Get Creative in an iPad World – By Hannah Elliott, Forbes.com, May 6, 2010

Will the iPad Revolutionize Higher Education? – By Adam Peck, Think Magazine, April 21, 2010

University to Provide iPads for All New Students – By Lauren Indvik, The Mashable Apple, March 30, 2010

The iPad and the Historian – By Sean Kheraj, Canadian History and Environment, January, 28, 2010

iPads in Education – an ongoing NING with links and comments from many

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