3 we all know technology is constantly changing but purdue polytechinic's school of aviation and transportation technology is capitlizing on that the school better known as satt introduces a new line of taking education to the next level.
3<nats off top they're called electronic purdue bags.nats and all students, faculty members and staff within the aviation school received one.
Each filled with an ipad, a case, an apple pencil, and a keyboard.stephanie: we are really embracing a centralized learning tool so they are able to put their books in the classroom build presentations and really just make a wholistic environment for their learning.the learning process all takes place on the laptop from accessing technical documents, operating manuals and navigational charts.major airlines have been embracing technology like this for years.the school says it will make a big difference.
Stephanie: it makes it seamless so if there's a write up we need to share, so safety reporting.
They are able to insert a reprot and it pings me automiatically.
It pings our safety team and we are able to work that and have those conversations that we need to have.conversations between students and staff are done directly on the ipads with immersive augmented reality.stephanie: "it's going to be an ever growing continuous improvement and growing just like technology but ultimately why the change from pencil and paper to touch and technology?
Stephanie:"we really want to make sure our stduents are set up for success becasue airlines are embracing that and also just education as a whole it seemed like a perfect fit for us taking those big steps forward," going forward the school has plan to make sure it doesn't follow behind while technology advances.stephanie: "all of the ipads are on a two year lease program so what that does is the students will turn them in after two years and it'll keeo us at the most one generation behd.with the ipads.
It's part of our sustainability plan to make sure we keep staying on the latest and greatest."> 3 brown says only a few other universities across the country are using this same technology for their aviation programs.