October 13, 2011 | Alberta
The iPad provides a vast number of conveniences for studying and learning, as well as preparing for future employment and business decisions. Many of the books in the iTunes store are inexpensive or free and allow iPad users the ability to read and study anything they choose. And, the best part is, your eBooks travel wherever you do! Check out our picks the books every iPad owner should have.
Eats, Shoots and Leaves by Lynne Truss - $9.99
Anyone who’s seen the joke online, “Let’s Eat Grandma!- Punctuation Saves Lives”, knows the importance of a properly placed comma. Eats, Shoots and Leaves takes an interesting and humourous look at punctuation and grammar, helping students to become better writers, and give them an extra boost when entering the job market.
1984 by George Orwell - $12.99
Although a classic, the sci-fi novel, 1984, covers a wide range of contemporary concepts such as “Big Brother” and “Newspeak”. It also popularized the term “Orwellian” when used to describe secret service and deception of officials. Even if you’ve read it before, its clever themes and storylines are worth reading through again.
iPad At Work by Apple - FREE
This is a free eBook that provides a guide to using your iPad at work. The tips and tricks will help any student in the classroom and in their future career. It covers general instructions for using iPad features and applications, making work a little bit easier.
Students will find all they need for leisurely reading and learning in eBooks that are available for the iPad. It only takes a brief look around the internet at the many sites that provide eBooks as well as the iTunes store to find anything you may need for your iPad.
To find out how you can get started at CDI College and experience learning on the iPad, fill out the form to your right.