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What does Apple CEO Tim Cook think about education? How does he differ from Steve Jobs? Does he? NBC has a great interview you should see.
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One of the biggest reasons they're such a big part of education might be Apple product design. They're simple yet powerful enough to be used in an array of classrooms.
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It's time to discuss Android in schools. The Google platform is here to stay and seeing more activations than Apple. Coming to a classroom near you!
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Does it ever seem as though Apple's products seem to be the technology of choice in many classrooms, despite their higher price tags? This handy infographic takes us on a journey from a technology void classroom to one filled with tools and options for teachers to supplement their lectures in new, creative ways, and shows why and how Apple is leading the march into classrooms.
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Hurricane Sandy is wreaking havoc for much of the east coast of the United States, and while the brunt of the storm hasn't hit yet, we already know there will be a lot of damage. Rebuilding after a storm or other natural disaster is never easy, especially for those who are rebuilding from the ground up.
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It's time to start getting familiar with exactly what the iPad Mini is. Because, let's face it, your friends and coworkers are going to be talking about it starting right ... about ... now.
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Today's Apple event is going to be covered ad nauseum by the press, pundits, experts, and blogs. Edudemic may be about education and technology but we're by no means able to compete with the likes of the big boys. However, I feel like I have to share my quick thoughts with the Edudemic audience about what's about to happen. Here goes.
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A rare video has surfaced that offers an intimate look at how Steve Jobs went about starting NeXT in 1987 after he was fired from Apple. It shows just about everything from starting the company to picking a logo to Jobs' impatience about how the company is progressing.
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Mobile learning is here to stay. Students and teachers alike can build entire libraries of apps and web tools that let them learn and do, well, anything. We've covered this just about every day and love finding new resources to share.
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A new study by the Harvard School of Public Health sheds some light on the right and wrong way you should be physically positioned during tablet use.
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Today’s children were born and raised in a world of digital convenience, so it’s no surprise that mobile is so popular on the playground. Apple has long realized the potential of the pre-teen set and has targeted them...
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Since the first iPhone came out in 2007, Apple releases have been characterized by camp outs, long lines, and controversial ads by competitors. The recent release of the iPhone 5 is no different.
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I realized we are entering a phase with technology in instruction where many teachers who have been using it for awhile have integrated it into their teaching style - it's part of our methodology.
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iPads are making waves in education all over the nation, even in college classrooms, where they’re replacing laptops, textbooks, and notebooks. Some colleges have even gone so far as to hand out iPads to new students, helping students and faculty all work with the same technology for learning.
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I've always wondered if Prezi was profitable and, if so, how they made money. I also had no idea Instagram had literally no way to make money despite the mega-valuation courtesy of Facebook. There's a new tool available that lets you see how some of the biggest web tools you use every day actually make money (or don't). From Amazon (very profitable) to Wordpress (not profitable), there's a bevvy of information at the new website by Seer Interactive.