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    The iPads to me are way more useful than reading out of a normal boring textbook. When highlighting key, important words or phrases, it's much more neater than a actual highlighter or underlining in pen. RG4

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    Quote Originally Posted by w.polmear
    I think reading on the iPad makes it easier for me to concentrate and so therefore I get more out of the reading which is good. I also really like the feature where we can instantly find the definition to a word. WP
    I also like the highlighter feature that's available.

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    Can you elaborate? In what ways is it better?

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    I like the online physic book that we used today in class. In my opinion it is better than our current textbook in a few ways.

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    I can pay more attention while taking notes on the iPad, also I can take notes faster since I can type faster then write.

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    When you are reading in iBooks, you might find it beneficial to use the night theme. This gives you white text on a black background, and I've found it a lot easier on the eyes.
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    The app that we used yesterday in class was very useful. I really like that we can see what everyone else's work looks like. It makes learning more fun and a lot easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pheck
    The app that we used yesterday in class was very useful. I really like that we can see what everyone else's work looks like. It makes learning more fun and a lot easier.
    Hi, can you specify which app you used in the class in which you can see what others are doing? Thanks.

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    Apple just released a new configuration tool that is specializes in business and Education. I've seen some articles on a couple of Mac news sites and I think it could be really useful. Oh and maybe you could check out the iBooks Author, for creating your own interactive iBooks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pheck
    The app that we used yesterday in class was very useful. I really like that we can see what everyone else's work looks like. It makes learning more fun and a lot easier.
    Please say the name of the apps when you comment on them. Others will find this more useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinJS
    When you are reading in iBooks, you might find it beneficial to use the night theme. This gives you white text on a black background, and I've found it a lot easier on the eyes.
    Do you mean the white on black setting? I'm not familiar with the night theme.


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