STUG is a student organization at the Speed School of Engineering with the goal to educate current and future students about the Speed School's Tablet PC program. Currently STUG works as a sub-committee of the Speed School Student Council. Additionally, STUG also works closely with the Engineering Fundamentals department to help educate students about how to better use their Tablet PCs.
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In a post by Jared Hatfield about the various Tablet PC manufactures, he provides an analysis of each manufacturer based on past experience on the overall quality of the various Tablet PCs. The goal of the article is to provide a simple analysis of each manufacturer and whether on not a specific manufacturer should be avoided or provides a quality product.
The post can be found here: Tablet PC Manufacturer Breakdown
The WIPTE 2009 conference had many excellent presentations about using Tablet PCs in an educational setting. Many of these presentations focused on software that is useful in education. While DyKnow and Classroom Presenter were some of the more obvious pieces of software being used, some more obscure software was highlighted at the conference.