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Friday, March 17 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
I’m Not Dead Yet: iPad Pro + Pencil in Higher Education

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The iPad was one of the most rapidly adopted devices in history since its introduction in 2010. Sales of iPad only devices have dramatically decreased, due in part to the rise of hybrid touch screen / laptop devices such as the Microsoft Surface, and the increasing size and functionality and size of smartphones.

In Shenandoah University’s unique 2:1 layered technology model impacted over 1000 students in the fall of 2016, who received a Macbook Pro and iPad Pro + Pencil. This presentation considers how the CASPER management system may inform administration about adoption and use of the iPad Pro + Pencil across different programs by addressing the following questions:

How do volume licensed app downloads iPad Pro and Pencil differ by program? Classification G/UG?

Why is it important? Assess the user's’ actual use of licensed programs. Opportunity for faculty

staff development or re-evaluation of volume licensed applications purchases.

How does memory used / free memory use differ by program/classification?

How does activity differ by program / classification?

Faculty survey results will also be included to clarify adoption and usage patterns of the iPad Pro + Pencil.

Speakers
avatar for Don Silvius

Don Silvius

Mobile Learning Support Specialist, Shenandoah University
Don Silvius came to Shenandoah University in 2006 as the Laptop Support Specialist after spending seventeen years in the software world. With the beginning of the iMLearning Program in 2009, he also took on the role of manager of the Help Desk. In 2011, Don moved into the role of... Read More →


Friday March 17, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm
Monroe
  • Session Sponsored by: Shenandoah University

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