Sorry, been away for a while trying to get through yet another hectic end to a school year.
I ran across this editorial from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh questioning whether tablets will overtake textbooks. Really? It not a question of whether or not, but rather when. With over 600 school districts issuing iPads to their high school students, the wave is building and will inevitably wash right over the textbook industry. While pointing out the disadvantages of iPads, the Advance-Titan Staff did not mention the drawbacks to traditional print materials. Besides those hated paper cuts, every text I have in my school is outdated before it even arrives in my building. Come on U of W - wake up and smell the gorilla glass. Thoughts?