How Smartphones and Tablets Are Changing Higher Education

See on Scoop.itUsing Technology to Transform Learning

“Mobile computing has taken over. The higher education community already knows that, but Adobe’s recent report, The State of Mobile Benchmark, uncovered some amazing statistics about the stunning growth of tablets, the true impact of smarthphone proliferation and the future of digital content.

 

The study goes into great detail and offers suggestions for how any organization with a web presence can act on the report’s findings. Here are a few key takeaways that are particularly pertinent to higher education:”

Norton Gusky‘s insight:

Tablets have become the tool of choice for viewing video. eTextbooks are still an issue. 

See on www.edtechmagazine.com

One thought on “How Smartphones and Tablets Are Changing Higher Education

  1. Tablets can be a great tool to bring the cost of textbooks down. I recently read a story about Minnesota school district in collaboration with CK-12 – a non-profit, saving $175,000 by writing its own online textbooks which can be printed as well.

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