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Unformatted text preview: faced with the iPods is the 28 percent only using the device for storage and the formatting and licensing problems they encountered. There seemed to be a lack of awareness on the students parts as to what to do with the devices. The uses of the iPod at Duke have seemed to grow over the last couple of years and more and more uses for it are being brought to the students. Apple and Duke have also let students make wish lists portraying what things they would like to be added to the program. Apple hopes that the student input helps in creating ideas for newer versions of iPods and iPod programming. From the use of the iPods so far it seems that it is remaining as a tool at Duke University. http://www.studentaffairs.com/ejournal/Summer_2005/TheDukeUniversityiPodExperime nt.html...
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- Fall '07
- IPod Touch, iPods, IPod Nano