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If you're like me, you're always looking around for a new way to discover educational web 2.0 tools. Sure, Edudemic does a solid job of keeping you abreast of what's new, fun, and happenin' in the world of education technology... but we're no app store. Lucky for you (and us), there now is an edtech app store! Well, it's more like an app directory but you get the point.
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On the eve of the new iPad announcement, I thought it would be important to alert you to the upcoming article in the Edudemic Magazine where we explore what features it would take to make the iPad perfect for education.
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It’s impossible to talk about education technology without mentioning the Apple iPad. At least half of the articles and discussions on Edudemic involve the iPad in some way. That’s why editors Jeff Dunn and Terry Heick as well as 6 authors created the first-ever monthly education technology iPad magazine.
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The iPad is a hit with just about every age group, including children. There are some important rules to keep in mind if you plan on handing over an iPad to a child, though.
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Do you like problem solving? What about entertaining iPad games? If so, you absolutely have to check out Casey's Contraptions, a fantastic new take on The Incredible Machine. Casey's Contraptions forces users to th...
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There are a pantsload of wonderful educational apps in the App Store right now. However, many of them cost money and might not be worth the cost. What's a cash-strapped teacher, school, student, or anyone else to do? ...
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Just like EduDemic, Google loves helping teachers. They've devoted a big chunk of their new Google Apps Marketplace (everyone's getting on the app bandwagon it seems) to education-related services. If you haven't a...
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It's no secret that students love their smartphones. Most were seemingly born with one in their hand. They use them to chat, talk with friends, get news, and to learn. Wait, learn?! That's right, EduDemic is pleased ...