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From textbooks to tablets: Faulkner University students receive iPads

Faulkner University students spend some time with thier new iPads. (Photo via the Montgomery Advertiser)

The Montgomery Advertiser in Alabama reports:

Lindsey Wright has seen educators go from banning technology in the classroom to mandating it.
The Faulkner University freshman from Blue Ridge, Ga., was one of about 400 incoming freshmen at the school who recently received an iPad that will be integrated into the curriculum.
With the device, Wright knows she will save money on textbooks and spend less time in the library doing research — not to mention having a lighter load in her backpack when she walks across campus.
Everything will now be at her fingertips.

Read the full story.
See more details on the program on Faulkner’s website.

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