Tablet Technologies and Education
Recently, tablet technologies have grown tremendously in popularity. They lend themselves to a myriad of learning modalities and therefore may be well suited to use in schools and universities. While teachers work to find useful applications for tablets, students have already begun using them at home and, in secondary and higher education, in classes. Unfortunately, sometimes when students use tablets for courses they play with “apps,” rather than using the technology as a useful and powerful tool. The current article addresses ways to use tablet technologies to their fullest potential as important learning devices in higher education.
Volume (Year): 1 (2013)
Issue (Month): 4 (07-2013)
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