iPads have been a popular device in higher education for some time now, but it looks like the smaller version of Apple’s best-selling tablet is catching on as well.
Lynn University in Boca Raton Florida announced that starting next Sunday it will distribute 600 iPad minis to incoming students. The university said the move will save students hundreds of dollars on the cost of textbooks and help it deliver “enhanced” multimedia curriculum developed by the school’s faculty.
“We are one of just a few schools in America deploying iPads in this way,” said Lynn University President Kevin Ross in a statement. “It is ... Continue reading >>