The students enrolled in the Project Management class at the University of Notre Dame are carrying one less heavy book this semester. They'll still have to read the usual textbook, Project Management in Practice, but only after the electronic version has been downloaded to their new iPads. The university has loaned the iPads to the entire class, and in return the students will provide feedback on the usefulness of the devices, inside and outside the classroom, with regard to their studies. Professor Corey Angst is leading the class in this experiment in new technology, and he's writing about the experience on his blog. He hopes that students will use some of the recommended apps to help them study, and even come up with some of their own. The college produced a video, below, to describe the expectations for this new venture.
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