Why iPad programs don't always succeed

06/24/2013 | InformationWeek

Your school has purchased iPads for the classroom. Now what? In this commentary, Lee Badman, who works at Syracuse University as a network architect and adjunct instructor, writes about common pitfalls that can sink schools' iPad programs. Among his tips to overcoming such challenges are to define the purpose of the iPads early on, adopt one-to-one programs to help hold students' attention, ensure the focus is on quality teaching rather than using the devices and install a quality network that can handle the influx of new devices.

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