There are two types of people in higher education, writes Dartmouth’s Josh Kim in an Inside Higher Ed opinion piece.
They are, he writes, “Those sane people who use a laptop for work, and an iPad for content consumption. And those crazy people who almost totally replace their laptop with an iPad.”
Acknowledging that he is in the first category, Kim, the College’s director of digital learning programs, offers arguments from both sides of the device divide.
Read the full opinion piece, published 6/8/15 by Inside Higher Ed.