iPads take note-taking to the next level

10/3/2013 | Edutopia.org

While traditional note-taking restricts students to a single medium -- paper -- Beth Holland, of EdTechTeacher, finds that the iPad can help students develop deeper connections through multiple media. In this blog post, she writes that the iPad allows students to use cameras, microphones, typing and drawing to take classroom notes -- giving students the flexibility to listen and take photos or type each word if they prefer.

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