Boise State classrooms transition to mobile learning

by Caroline Campana, the Arbiter

Boise State is starting a mobile learning program. More and more teachers are getting involved with classroom technology. Classes participating in this program are signed up for the use of an iPad for the duration of the semester. Students are introduced to new ways to use this technology and help them prepare for future jobs. “It seems as if more and more students are growing up immersed in technology. To keep students engaged, it’s smart for teachers to adapt to their learning style,” said Christine Moore, professor of public relations. Along with gaining access to one of these electronic devices for the semester, students also learn more about these devices.

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