iPads Facilitating Digital Transition

June 2011
Educational Marketer;6/20/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 13, p1
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The article reports on the iPad adoption of science, math, and health textbooks at Lincoln High School in Vincennes, Indiana. It mentions that the adoption, which was approved by the Vincennes school board, entails the giving of iPads to high school freshmen and sophomores who pay 25% of the device's cost and can keep the iPad when they graduate. It adds that in its introduction year, iPads have promoted interactivity and repository for educational materials in the U.S.


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