We have two iPads that “float” around our tutoring center and are used primarily for logging students in and out.  Honestly, they are generally underused and I have not loaded them with many applications.  More and more most of our tutors bring their own mobile devices with them, so I currently have no plans to expand our iPad usage.  So I’d day they weren’t a bad investment for the time, as they do get some fairly regular use.

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From: "Ashley A. Mingo"
Date: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 1:13 PM
Subject: Utilizing iPads

Good Afternoon,

I am looking into purchasing iPads for our academic center and am interested in how each of you utilize iPads in your academic centers, tutoring, or academic coaching sessions?  Are there certain apps you have found useful and that students respond well to? Is it worth the investment?

Thank you for your assistance!

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Ashley Mingo, M.A.
Director of Student Success
Academic Center for Excellence & Retention

Bluefield College
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