iPads Vs. Textbooks – Crunching The Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC]

While Apple’s iPad has deeply influenced today’s digital learning technology, a recent study shows that using paper textbooks in schools is a lot cheaper than iPads. It seems that paper textbooks in an average high school class currently costs about $180,000 but switching to iPads would cost $430,000. However, some researchers believe that iPad is more cost effective in the long run because the tablet doesn’t need to be replaced as often as paper books.

Thanks to this handy infographic by Online Teaching Degree, you can quickly get up to speed on what’s happening in the iPads-versus-textbooks battle happening right now around the world.