Lausanne business school uses iPads to go paperless

10th June 2010, Comments 0 comments

The IMD Lausanne business school is one of the first in the world to replace the old paper handout with files stored on hundreds of classroom iPads. The school spends around 300,000 francs on its initial stock of Apples trendy new device, but says the move will lead to cost savings in the long run. More importantly, the technology is revolutionising education, says the institution.

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