Faculty at the City of Liverpool College use Intel Atom processor-powered Windows 8 Pro tablets to enhance teaching and learning

Mobile computing has transformed our lives, both at work and at home. Most young people now see their laptop PC or tablet as an essential part of their educational toolkit, and they expect their teachers to use these technologies too. The City of Liverpool College is one of the first educational institutions in the UK to equip its entire teaching staff with Microsoft Windows 8 tablets in order to help them meet this expectation while delivering more productive and inspirational instruction. The devices have transformed teaching and assessment, for example enabling teachers to film student presentations and boost the grades of those who struggle with written work.


To learn more about how the City of Liverpool College used Windows 8 powered tablets to improve efficiency and create a more interactive teaching and learning environment, view/download the full case study from our friends at Intel below.

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