The results are in! Having completed all the taught sessions using literary apps, we are now moving onto the second phase of the project, which involves analyzing and writing up the data. With the help of our LearnTech colleagues, using SPSS, we’ve been able to break down the responses to the various apps used on the project. We’re also busy with preparations for our Opps for Apps symposium on 17 June, which will involve creative app designers, an academic researcher working with ebooks, as well as UN colleagues working on new teaching technologies. We have also extended an invitation to teachers from local secondary schools to join us for a workshop session on how apps and ipads can enhance teaching and learning. We’ll also be explaining the project and sharing ideas at the L&T conference on 21 May.