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Using the i. Pad and Motorola Xoom in student/researcher support and teaching Sally Dalton Using the i. Pad and Motorola Xoom in student/researcher support and teaching Sally Dalton Faculty Team Librarian The University of Leeds s. [email protected] ac. uk

Overview of presentation • Why are we doing this? • Can tablets help us Overview of presentation • Why are we doing this? • Can tablets help us enhance our learning & teaching practice? • How could students & researchers use tablets to their full potential? • i. Pad vs Motorola Xoom

Increase in amount of students using tablets at the University of Leeds Increase in amount of students using tablets at the University of Leeds

In the US 25% of college students/college bound students now own a tablet (Pearson In the US 25% of college students/college bound students now own a tablet (Pearson Foundation, 2012)

Horizon Report 2012 Higher Education Edition • Tablet computing is one of the 6 Horizon Report 2012 Higher Education Edition • Tablet computing is one of the 6 technologies to watch for on the near horizon • Students expect to be able to learn on these devices whenever & wherever • Presents new opportunities to enhance learning experiences

Can tablets help us to enhance our learning & teaching practice? • Increased our Can tablets help us to enhance our learning & teaching practice? • Increased our flexibility of where we offer support • Useful in demonstrating information resources • Made videos to place on VLE • Increased interaction with students • Connect i. Pad up to projectors

Can we learn from others in higher education? • Tablets pre loaded with educational Can we learn from others in higher education? • Tablets pre loaded with educational apps and multimedia content • Enhanced student feedback • Audio recordings of lectures/seminars • Used in clinical areas to access research on demand

How could students & researchers that have tablets, use them to their full potential? How could students & researchers that have tablets, use them to their full potential? Smart books Literature searching Organising information Sharing information

Overall comparison of tablets IPad Xoom Pros • Easier to use than the Xoom Overall comparison of tablets IPad Xoom Pros • Easier to use than the Xoom • More accessories • Quality control on apps • Syncs with other Apple products • More like a computer • More apps available • Not Apple! • Free from I Tunes Cons • Locked into Apple • Can’t view flash content • Heavier • Apps are of lesser quality • Can’t open docs on Sharepoint http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=Ec. W 4 gk. KHEes

Conclusions • Innovate but also imitate • Is it our role to support students Conclusions • Innovate but also imitate • Is it our role to support students & researchers? • Increased confidence in using technology • Would we buy another one if they were taken off us? • Future plans

Any questions? Any questions?

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