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Chicago State University has suspended its iPad program

posted Dec 6, 2012, 6:34 AM by Jim Siegl

Chicago State University has suspended its iPad program for new first-time, full-time freshmen. The program was piloted during the fall of 2010 semester as a tool for student learning and to increase students' access to technology. After evaluating the iPad program, it was decided to end the program in its current form. Chicago State University remains committed to discovering new and innovative ways to provide access to technology for students.

Hood College adds juniors, seniors and faculty to existing iPad program

posted Dec 6, 2012, 6:33 AM by Jim Siegl

Two years ago, Hood started a pilot program to purchase iPads for all incoming freshmen, and the college continued that initiative this year. This year's Hodson gift will help equip juniors, seniors and faculty.

iPad Revolution for Weill Cornell Medical Students

posted Dec 2, 2012, 8:04 AM by Jim Siegl

Weill Cornell Medical College students will now have a wealth of medical information and educational tools at their fingertips. Starting this fall 2011 semester, all incoming first- and second-year students are being provided with a new iPad 2 in place of the printed course notes and texts used by most students around the country.

ETSU medical school students learn anatomy with iPads

posted Dec 2, 2012, 8:02 AM by Jim Siegl

Gross anatomy at East Tennessee State University’s medical school used to involve referring back to several books, notes and other materials while students’ gloved hands were covered in fluid from dissecting a cadaver. Now iPads attached to swivel arms connected to the dissection tables have eliminated the need for multiple paper sources now. The tablet computers were first used in the James H. Quillen College of Medicine’s medical human gross anatomy and embryology course this semester. Each first-year medical student must take this course.

Brown Mackie College System of Schools Announces Conversion to E-textbooks and iPad for Students

posted Dec 1, 2012, 10:56 AM by Jim Siegl

The Brown Mackie College system of schools (“Brown Mackie College”), a college of Education Management Corporation (NASDAQ:EDMC), is adopting technology into education, converting students at its 28 schools nationwide to 100 percent e-textbooks and Apple iPad technology. Through the college’s Student Advantage Program, each incoming student will receive an iPad with the applications and textbooks necessary to make the technology a key part of their overall educational experience.

Hult International Business School deploys 2300 iPads

posted Dec 1, 2012, 10:48 AM by Jim Siegl

More than 2,300 students and faculty at Hult International Business School are using iPads to access textbooks and coursework and keep connected to their peers across five campuses worldwide.

iPad Required at Kansas State Salina for Pilots

posted Dec 1, 2012, 9:47 AM by Jim Siegl

Normally this site lists schools providing iPads to students AS pilots, In the Bachelor of Aeronautical Technology program at kansas State Salina,  iPads are required for students studying to BE pilots

Marylhurst University online iPad program

posted Dec 1, 2012, 9:41 AM by Jim Siegl

All newly enrolled students in the online humanities program will receive an iPad,

St. Mary's University of Minnesota Providing iPads to all online graduate students

posted Dec 1, 2012, 9:38 AM by Jim Siegl

Touro’s Graduate School of Health Sciences Provides iPads to Students

posted Dec 1, 2012, 9:35 AM by Jim Siegl

Touro College’s School of Health Sciences distributed third  generation iPads to more than 200 students for the fall 2012 semester, demonstrating Touro’s  commitment to incorporate the best educational tools and latest technologies available for a powerful 
learning experience.

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