It's two weeks into Notre Dame's foray into theiriPad-piloted class, and students and professors claim that the new interface is easier and better to use. The project management class led by Professor Corey Angst is part of the university's eReader study and Notre Dame's first paperless class. All materials for the 40 students are available on the iPad.
That doesn't mean that there hasn't been some drawbacks to the new technology.
"It can be a little frustrating at first and it even took me a little getting used to," said Dylan Bailey, a 21-year-old who is taking the class. Even though he is a self-proclaimed Mac person, there were some notable differences from his other devices and traditional college materials.
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