The Ohio State University launched Digital Flagship in 2017 as a visionary initiative to advance educational innovation and integrate technology throughout the classroom experience. We have learned much from this initiative, including about the importance of digital equity in opening...
This page includes information on what Digital Flagship technology kit distributions will look like for a variety of groups. Select an option below to find out how you will receive your iPad Air 4, Apple Pencil, Smart Keyboard and protective case.
One facet of Digital Flagship’s mission to prepare students for the modern, mobile workforce is providing technology access for innovative learning opportunities. To best equip our newest class of Buckeyes, Digital Flagship has selected the iPad Air 4 to include in technology kits distributed...
Digital Flagship’s technology kit distributions had a new challenge this year: distance. Throughout three weeks of distributions, 8,676 incoming students stopped by a pickup window at St. John Arena at a pre-scheduled time to receive their iPad kit. Masks, hand sanitizer and physical distancing measures protected the health of staff and students during the low-contact pickup. Devices shipped directly to the homes of more than 3,370 students around the country.
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but a video could be worth $1,000.
Students at Ohio State Marion recently helped local non-profits get funding as part of the Pay It Forward initiative. One tool they used to achieve this was video, created on Digital Flagship iPads using the Adobe Spark Video app.
As you prepare to start a new semester, now is the perfect time to make sure you’re getting the most out of your Digital Flagship iPad. Whether this is your first semester using an iPad or you feel like a seasoned pro, there’s always something new to learn about your device.
As iPads become a common sight in classrooms across The Ohio State University, it’s not just the students who are learning with them; educators are also getting new insights into how a common technology can change the way they teach and being helped along the way by the Digital Flagship Educators cohort.
Thanks to 360-degree video, a technology that makes it possible for viewers to see what is happening in every direction, anyone can join the Department of French and Italian’s study abroad trip to Bologna, Italy. It's a tool that could become part of how the department teaches.