A new (concept) take on the "student scenario" here
"Papyrus’ stripped-down, specialized interface makes it accessible to a broad range of users. It’s simple enough that faculty and other adults won’t be intimidated or annoyed, yet functional enough that students will feel like they’re using something current."
I just wish we had a color eInk screen that looked like their mock-ups.
They have tried to leverage some of the web/blog/social networking methods into this still mainly "textual" device (user generated content, tagging, comments, etc), and that shows in the UI mock-ups where there is a kind of dialog "overlay" onto textbooks or classroom material.
It is interesting that they think about it for faculty and not *just* the student to consume, and address the issues of student participation.