The iPad is transforming the way we teach and learn. The Falls School of Business at Anderson University announced earlier this year that through its iPad Launch Project, that it would begin providing new iPads to MBA students this fall. The program’s objective is to furnish students with relevant and in-demand skills, as well as provide faculty access to a wide variety of innovative teaching tools.
According to second-year MBA student Max Hains, “The new iPad allows me to access my work wherever I may be. It’s easier to stay prepared and easier to access all the materials I need for class.” Hains reported he is really enjoying this new technology and is thankful for Anderson University’s dedication to his education.
Interactive textbooks and a universe of apps and content make for endless learning possibilities. All on a device everyone loves to use. We are moving forward with the technology generation, and resources like the iPad can be beneficial to both educators and students. The Falls School of Business at Anderson University continues to exhibit the high priority it places on technology and on its students.