Some interesting examples in here. I’ve included one below:
At Wabash College, students in 19th Century European History are using iPads to get more out of their educational experience. Professor Michelle Rhodes believes that the tablets can be an invaluable tool for learning, allowing students to quickly take notes, access their readings, and manage their course materials. The adoption of the devices in the course was motivated by rising printing costs and a larger pilot program at the school for using iPads in the classroom. The response has been positive, as students read e-books, use iAnnotate, and even explore a virtual version of Napoleon’s castle throughout the semester.