Tablet PC’s in Education

For the last 3 months I have been wanting a Tablet PC, specifically the Toshiba M200, and since returning from BlogTalk Downunder this want has increased. Why? Firstly I got to see Mick Stanic’s up close and personal and I got to use the iBurst wireless broadband.

My personal view is Tablet PC + Wireless Broadband = Freedom

Now through a new blog (via Scoble) called The Tablet PC Education Blog I see a whole new set of uses. It is a fascinating read on how Tablet PCs could be used within the school system, and this can easily be extended to higher education and the corporate environment. The integrated learning and knowledge management environment would be amazing.

5 thoughts on “Tablet PC’s in Education

  1. You won’t regret it if you get one…i can’t imagine going back to using a normal laptop when i’m in a meeting situation. 🙂

  2. Have you checked out the Tablet PC epublishing environment of Lecture123? With a tablet you can create content that is an audio visual experience the viewer of the web delivered created content can interactively ask questions and all content is converted at the authors demand to the Audio and Video iPod format.

  3. They also look like they are going to announce a desktop solution. I found it at great for creating Podcasts on the PC & linux platform.

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