iPad gets integrated into journalism and medical schools
The iPad is also coming to the medical sector. Students of UC Irvine’s medical school will receive iPads in order to digitally maintain their notes, textbooks, recorded lectures, and even professor-produced podcasts. Even more exciting are the new digital stethoscopes and ultrasound machines which will connect to the iPad, allowing students to compare their recordings with digital libraries, aiding accurate diagnosis.
Aside from the benefits of portability and synchronization, these iPad initiatives signal a ‘green’ revolution in education. Rather than dealing with reams of lecture notes and cumbersome textbooks, students’ carbon footprint can be limited to their use of the iPad… which is also mostly recyclable. Gaea thanks you.
source: PhysOrg and USC Annenberg via Engadget
1. phonedemocracy posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:47 0 0
I'm sure the journalism kids would freaking love a camera/video recorder on their iPad. Whoops.
2. DonkeyPunched posted on 18 Aug 2010, 02:34 0 0
I don't think many people would really walk around recording things with a huge iPad...that's what HD Video recorders are for, like Flip. I mean, what tablet out there has a camera also? And if you're trying to compare the iPad to a netbook, who would walk around recording with a netbook or laptop? Another pointless statement coming from another hater.
4. cc16177 posted on 18 Aug 2010, 09:11 0 0
How come anyone talking about anything Apple without saying that it's the best thing ever is a hater?
6. cc16177 posted on 21 Aug 2010, 13:33 0 0
"How come anyone talking about anything Apple without saying that it's the best thing ever is a hater? ****This comment is posted in response to #2****"
3. YouLostTheGame posted on 18 Aug 2010, 09:03 0 0
I look forward to the day when hospitals replace their old cumbersome laptops to iPads or something like it, for things like pt. Updates and medication administration!