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iPad apps help students with autism communicate

iPad apps help students with autism communicate

By By Sonia Shekar, Staff Writer

November 21, 2011

  Many devices, from computer software to handheld tablets, have been designed to help children with autism in their everyday tasks, but now a new method is quickly emerging from an unlikely source–the iPad.   According to the website for Autism Speaks, an organization that advocates aut...

Apple iPad takes on competition, book industry

By By Nina Mohebbi Online Photo Editor

October 4, 2010

If someone from 200 years ago suddenly came back to life, they would not recognize cars, phones, planes or television, things that are now so ubiquitous in society. However, if they were to enter a classroom, they would probably recognize the books immediately and know the room was a place of learning. While...

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