iPad Mobile Classroom:
The iPad mobile classroom instruction program is meant to pair a faculty librarian (the digital content expert) with a teaching faculty member in a collaborative instructional environment wherein the librarian will co-teach a lesson, unit of instruction, or project-based instructional series utilizing the library's classroom collection of iPads. There is a collection of 25 iPads specifically designated for this purpose, so whether your students work alone or in groups, we will be able to address their digital literacy needs.
Topics for instruction can range from basic digital literacy to more advanced digital skills. Basic digital literacy can include topics such as database searching, identifying credible online sources, internet security, and digital citizenship. Advanced digital literacy includes content creation and online publishing.
Please see the next tab in this guide to read the policies related to the iPad Mobile Classroom, and make a request for digital literacy instruction for your class.
Borrowing an iPad:
Students and faculty are able to borrow iPads at SLLC. Currently, iPads can be used inside the building. Check one out at the circulation desk and see what apps are available on it. We may have apps to support your classes or apps for you to use just for fun!