What do you think about schools switching books on iPads and laptops?
Not sure what you mean. What do you mean by "switching books"?
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.
The question doesn't make sense, but it's understandable. Good job not putting a space before the question mark.