Researchers study iPad's use in Utah classrooms

08/3/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are conducting a project to test the use of Apple's iPad tablet computer in elementary- and middle-school science classrooms in a large urban Utah district. The purpose of the project is multifold, with schools learning how to incorporate technology and reduce the use of paper worksheets and obsolete texts, while data collected from the devices will be used to train new science teachers in using the technology for instruction.

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