As part of the curriculum redesign process currently under way at the Geisel School of Medicine, the class of ’17 is the second class to be part of a pilot project to test the use of Apple’s iPad in the medical school’s curriculum. The goal is to provide a common computing and learning platform for students and faculty, and the school has chosen to test the iPad because of its portability, ease-of-use and support, and the availability of e-books and apps that can enhance the curriculum and the learning experience.
The links on the right provide additional information about the Geisel iPad Pilot Project.
Want to see the list of Apps for students? Use the Students link (on the right) or click here to go straight to the Student Apps page.
If you need help with:
|Setting up your iPad (basic configuration, email, wireless, etc)||Geisel Computing, 814 Vail, 650-1600|
|Using library resources
on an iPad
|Biomedical Libraries, 37 Dewey Field Road, Matthews-Fuller at DHMC|
|Figuring out how to use the iPad for teaching||Amanda Albright or Brian Reid, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Projecting your iPad display onto the overheads||Classroom Support, Chris Maute or Joshua White|