What do you think about schools switching books on iPads and laptops?
The question doesn't make sense, but it's understandable. Good job not putting a space before the question mark.
Switching books from just solid stuff students would carry around to storing it digitally on said devices
Oh, OK, that makes sense then.
I think some schools have done it very well. There's a K-12 school in Scotland that has done an exceptional job, but it's had strong guidance from a guy who is very tech savvy (he was the school's computer guy) & also
very devoted to quality educational experience. The school now uses 1:1 iPads (that is, each student has an iPad; they don't have to share; older kids take them home at night) & the last I heard it was still doing extremely well. The guy has helped
many schools convert to iPads. He maintains his schools hardware & software.
I've heard of school districts that think it's a good idea, order a pile of iPads & distribute them, purchase some digital textbooks, & then seem to expect things to just
work out. And it doesn't. It really takes attention & care - but then lots of things that go into quality education need that.
Not sure what you mean. What do you mean by "switching books"?