iPad-powered learning goes Pro

Lynn University took iPad-powered learning to a whole new level last spring.

Student with iPad Pro

It was the first school in the nation to integrate the iPad Pro and corresponding Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard into its classrooms, distributing nearly 1,800 of each across campus.

iPad Pro rivals most portable PCs and offers multitasking tools that allow users to do more at the same time. The full-size Smart Keyboard makes it easier for students to draft essays, complete tests and build complex spreadsheets from anywhere. Students can also capture ideas as notes, sketches or diagrams with the Apple Pencil.

“iPad Pro, its accessories and the next generation of education-focused apps make learning even more relevant to the world students live in.”

Chief Information Officer Christian Boniforti

“This immersive, versatile technology also provides access to top-notch content and can replace bulky desktop devices to save space and allow Lynn to convert computer labs into interactive, mobile workspaces—places that inspire creativity and foster collaboration,” he said.

iPad Pro also supports Lynn’s ongoing efforts to create a more affordable education, eliminating personal computer costs and saving students money through apps and e-books that are more cost-effective, timely and relevant than traditional textbooks and support materials.

iPad Pro provides greater flexibility, too. Whether studying aviation, design or music, students can use one device for writing papers, taking notes with Apple Pencil, creating videos that demonstrate learning, completing in-depth projects outside the classroom and much more.

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