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Apple iPad News: University adoption, iPad Shipping, and Hands-On

Apple iPad news and rumors continue to flourish this week. Three stories are central to the blogosphere.

Seton Hill University will provide each student with an Apple iPad.

The iPad initiative kicks off the University’s Griffin Technology Advantage Program. This new program provides students with the best in technology and collaborative learning tools, ensuring that Seton Hill students will be uniquely suited to whatever careers they choose – even those that have not yet been created.

A tipster at TUAW states students will be able to download textbooks for the courses from iBookstore.

Gizmodo and The Examiner noticed that everyone who pre-ordered their Apple iPad will receive their unit on April 3 – regardless of the chosen shipping method. In other words, expedited shipping is not faster than the other methods of shipping. Oops.

Finally, as the excitement continues to mount, stories are breaking about the degrees to which Apple protects the discussions of the Apple iPad. Imagine working for the Apple Store and having to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

Retail employees are in many ways the public face of Apple, charged with spreading the gospel about the company’s products to tens of millions of shoppers every year. Store staff, including part-time workers, have to sign nondisclosure agreements and can be fired for talking to outsiders.

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