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Do you love typography? Do you even know what kerning is? If not, here's a quick review: kerning words is basically a way to adjust the spacing between (letters or characters) in a piece of text to be printed. It's us...
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It's important to be aware of the latest education technology out there. So let's say you want to have your students have a personalized blog that reflects their likes, dislikes and style. Where do you turn?
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Last January, U.S. President Obama challenged the nation to train 100,000 high-quality science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teachers in 10 years. Google in Education decided to answer his call to action and became one of the founding members of a community of action called 100Kin10.
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What music were you listening to during the year you graduated high school? Was it by Patti Labelle, Janet Jackson, or Katy Perry? In this amusing infographic, we get a cartoonish view of high school graduations.
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My name is Andrew Cullison. I’m an Assistant Philosophy professor at State University of New York, Fredonia. I also recently started Android for Academics with Jon Nalewajek. We currently have four free Android Apps on the Market: Grade Book, Attendance, Grade Rubric, and Grade Ticker.
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The untimely death of Steve Jobs provides an opportunity to reflect on the passing of an American icon and take some lessons from his extraordinary life. Steve Jobs had a passion for education. And his passion for education extended far beyond his famous speech at Stanford University.
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Got a tablet? Like Photoshop or web design? Now you will finally be able to create professional-grade digital products for a lot less money (ten bucks!) from the comfort of your couch in the teacher's lounge.
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If you've ever wanted to create a gorgeous and professional classroom website, there's an exciting new app coming soon to a tablet near you.