Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Want A 'Free' iPad, Try Attending Seton Hill University

Seton Hill University announced on today that starting this fall semester, all 2100 of the school's full-time students will receive an iPad tablet device in an effort to boost learning ability and technical know-how.

According to the announcement, "The iPad initiative kicks off the University's Griffin Technology Advantage Program. This new program provides students with the best in technology and collaborative learning tools, ensuring that Seton Hill students will be uniquely suited to whatever careers they choose - even those that have not yet been created."

The Griffin Technology Advantage will provide all first year undergraduate students at Seton Hill not only a shiny new iPad but also a brand new 13" MacBook laptop which will be replaced for a new updated version every two years.

Pretty cool of the school to offer the free MacBook's as well as the bi-annual updates but I have to question the reasoning behind offering the iPad's.

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