Duke University iPod First Year Experience Evaluation Report

Various authors, Duke University, Jun 16, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Duke University has released the results of its evaluation of the first year of iPod use to support on-campus learning. The devices were used to both record audio content and to store and play back educational audio content. Getting content proved to be a problem; recording was not always of high quality, locating and licensing commercial content was difficult, and loading content into the iPod was cumbersome. Still, the device was used in a number of classes and the evaluation generated a lot of positive publicity for Duke. PDF. Via Inside Higher Ed.
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