iPad Higher Education Research Studies

7 Things You Should Know About Projecting from Mobile Devices
From EDUCAUSE, this two-page brief gives an overview of how to project from your mobile device and how useful it can be in the classroom.

7 Things You Should Know About iPad Apps for Learning
From EDUCAUSE, this one-page brief gives an overview of what iPad apps are how and how they can be used in teaching and learning.

Abilene Christian U Mobile Learning Report
First university to provide mobile devices to all students. Detailed here is how various faculty and students are working on creating a mobile learning education experience.

Digital Campus: Information Technology on Campuses: By the Numbers
From the Chronicle of Higher Education, this pages gives graphs of types of devices students use in their personal lives and integration of technology within classrooms.

Freed Hardeman University
This is an announcement of plans at Freed Hardeman University to distribute iPads to incoming freshman in fall 2012. Distribution to faculty has already begun along with training to make the most of the new technology.

Oaklahoma State University Research Study (pdf)

iPad Study Results: Pepperdine University

Mobile Computing 5-day Sprint: Teaching and Learning
EDUCAUSE hosted this innovative webinar that focused on mobile computing and future. The page has highlights from the session on teaching and learning and provides access to the recorded session.

Reed College iPad Study (pdf)