iPads in the Classroom

Lenette Votava | Feb. 1, 2013 | Notre Dame Newswire

Student uses an iPad in the classroom

This spring, students in two classes at the University of Notre Dame — under a new pilot program — will lease iPads instead of buying books and other standard course materials.

Andre Murnieks, assistant professor of art; and Elliott Visconsi, associate professor of English and concurrent associate professor of law; will offer classes with iPads at the heart of the learning experience.

Students will lease an iPad in lieu of a textbook for a fee through the bookstore. All course materials are free to students, including a custom-built iBook textbook.

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