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Global Learn Berlin 2015:
Global Conference on Learning and Technology "The Local Global Conference"
Barriers to the Integ...
Barriers to the Integration and Adoption of iPads in
Schools: A Systematic Literature
❖ Introduction
❖ Research Question
❖...
Introduction
❖ The literature review originates from the public initiatives in
the Danish context and the ongoing discussi...
Research Question
❖ What are the barriers affecting the integration of iPad in
a learning environment in primary and secon...
Methods
❖ The methodology involving
searching, screening, assessing
for eligibility and exclusion
Results & Discussion
❖ Basic challenges
❖ iPad as a learning tool
❖ Literature on the iPad in an educational context
❖ Bar...
Basic challenges
❖ iPad as a learning tool
❖ Most of the mobile handheld devices which are used as
educational or learning...
Barriers to the integration of the iPad
❖ Costs
❖ The iPad is relatively expensive to buy, and more expensive than
some no...
Barriers in the use of the iPad
❖ Barriers in learning
❖ Use of technology does not necessarily lead to increasing
student...
Conclusion
❖ The aim
❖ Brief overview
❖ Future work
Questions and Comments
Citation: Khalid, Md. Saifuddin, Gökce Kilic, and Jeanette Christoffersen.
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Barriers to the Integration and Adoption of iPads in Schools: A Systematic Literature Review based on the philosophy of "think global, act local.”

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iPad, with its Apple platform and interoperability-dependent material conditions, bring complex barriers in its adoption and integration in secondary education system as a learning tool. In the schools’ context, it is an emerging educational technology for its affordances supporting collaborative learning. This systematic literature review on the barriers to the integration of iPad in primary and secondary schools is based on 13 peer-reviewed and full-text articles. The paper discusses what are the challenges in using iPad as a learning tool in primary and secondary educational settings. The identified barriers are discussed in three broad categories or stages of innovation process in an educational context: basic challenges with the tool, barriers to the integration of the iPad in a school setting, and barriers in the use of the iPad.

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Barriers to the Integration and Adoption of iPads in Schools: A Systematic Literature Review based on the philosophy of "think global, act local.”

  1. 1. Global Learn Berlin 2015: Global Conference on Learning and Technology "The Local Global Conference" Barriers to the Integration and Adoption of iPads in Schools: A Systematic Literature Review based on the philosophy of “think global, act local.” Md. Saifuddin Khalid | Gökce Kilic | Jeanette Christoffersen | Aparna Purushothaman
  2. 2. Barriers to the Integration and Adoption of iPads in Schools: A Systematic Literature ❖ Introduction ❖ Research Question ❖ Methods ❖ Results & Discussion ❖ Conclusion
  3. 3. Introduction ❖ The literature review originates from the public initiatives in the Danish context and the ongoing discussion on how digital technologies must be integrated into the learning environments. ❖ The challenges in using iPad as a learning tool in primary and secondary educational settings. ❖ This review is based on the philosophy, "Think global, Act local”
  4. 4. Research Question ❖ What are the barriers affecting the integration of iPad in a learning environment in primary and secondary schools?
  5. 5. Methods ❖ The methodology involving searching, screening, assessing for eligibility and exclusion
  6. 6. Results & Discussion ❖ Basic challenges ❖ iPad as a learning tool ❖ Literature on the iPad in an educational context ❖ Barriers to the integration of the iPad ❖ Costs ❖ Skills ❖ Barriers in the use of the iPad ❖ Barriers in learning ❖ iPad’s influence of the teaching method
  7. 7. Basic challenges ❖ iPad as a learning tool ❖ Most of the mobile handheld devices which are used as educational or learning tools were not originally designed to be a part of a learning environment. ❖ Literature on the iPad in an educational context ❖ The most of the articles reflect positive experiences with iPad, while the media shows many frustrations with iPad when used as a part of the learning environments
  8. 8. Barriers to the integration of the iPad ❖ Costs ❖ The iPad is relatively expensive to buy, and more expensive than some notebooks and tablet PCs in the market. ❖ Skills ❖ Skills play an important role in using any technological tool when it is used as a learning tool in an educational context.
  9. 9. Barriers in the use of the iPad ❖ Barriers in learning ❖ Use of technology does not necessarily lead to increasing students' presentation and the use of a technology and its contents must match the student’s level of competence. ❖ iPad’s influence of the teaching method ❖ Technologies have been seen as a digital addition to teaching and have addressed question concerning the devices to be selected.
  10. 10. Conclusion ❖ The aim ❖ Brief overview ❖ Future work
  11. 11. Questions and Comments Citation: Khalid, Md. Saifuddin, Gökce Kilic, and Jeanette Christoffersen. “Barriers to the Integration and Adoption of iPads in Schools: A Systematic Literature Review Based on the Philosophy of ‘Think Global, Act Local.’” In Proceedings of Global Learn 2015, 2015:35–45. FernUniversität in Hagen, Regionalzentrum Berlin: April 16-17, 2015: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), 2015. http://www.editlib.org/pv/150926/.

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