The University of Notre Dame has started a year-long test on the use of e-readers in the classroom, and the professor leading the class is blogging about the results.
This semester, students in Corey Angst's Project Management course were given iPads, which are loaded up with their textbooks. On Monday, Angst listed the apps that are recommended for the course, which include Keynote, Dropbox, Evernote, Sundry Note and other apps aimed at reducing the need for paper in the classroom. The course's textbooks are provided using the eTextbook App from CourseSmart.
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