Students working on iPad tablets have better results in exams

by admin on September 20, 2011

in iPad News

According to a report by TUAW (check here) students working on iPad tablets have better results in exams. In the U.S. more and more schools, colleges and universities are beginning to give up classic books and adopting iPad tablet serving as multifunctional educational tool for any student. Replacing the classic papers by iPad tablet digital display helps the students to have better performance in education, as we say ACU Connected, a program for the past three years to help implement the tablets in universities. Apparently students using tablets iPhone to the courses and score 25% better results than those who use, classic textbooks.iPad_School

In one study, students who Annotated text on Their iPads Scored 25% higher on questions Regarding information transfer Than Their paper-based peers. In a separate project iPad Covering usage patterns, two Researchers studying ACU’s first all-digital class discovered That the iPhone promotes "learning moments" and helps students make more efficient use of Their time. Year students working in online degree program satisfaction rate of 95% Reported for iPhone-based online coursework.

The educational program was held at Abilene Christian University and other universities in the U.S. are already interested in the implementation in their institutions.

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