iPad, still trying to figure out what it is best for.

A fragment of a clay tablet, 3400 years old, with clearly formed writing on it, has been discovered in Jerusalem.0

I own an electronic tablet called an iPad. I use it for email, for browsing the internet, for language learning, but I have not yet figured out where it fits in between my iPod Touch, Blackberry and MacBook. I certainly want to explore its potential and understand because I think this new kind of computing mobility has great application for education. This remains a hunch on my part because I have not yet proved it to myself. I will continue my investigations. Any advice or comments welcome.

1 comment on “iPad, still trying to figure out what it is best for.

Kent

Hey Steve,I really enjoy your posts and your advice on language learning. I am currently a member at Lingq. Several weeks ago I was using my friends iPad and I logged into my Lingq account to test it out. I noticed that there were some issues with the word definitions popping up all the way at the bottom of an article I was reading as an example.I am definitely considering getting an iPad but really would love to be able to use it as a learning device. Any chance the Lingq site will have changes needed to make this work? The iPad seems like it could be a great learning device if the right tools are there. Having access to the Lingq site would be very helpful.Thanks for any input and future posts.

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