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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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So I was just reading about the Silicon Valley library that's lending out Google Chromebooks. Then it hit me. Why can't a company exist that lends out education technology to cash-strapped schools?
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Steve Jobs was known for many things. One of those was his ability to mold the world to fit his needs. He was able to distort reality for those around him and get them to go along with just about anything. In a newly-uncovered clip, a younger (and bearded) Steve Jobs waxes philosophical for 46 seconds.
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It's the biggest weekend of the entire year for retailers. Cyber Monday is the biggest day for online retailers. This time is also one of the busiest time for scammers and spammers.
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There's been a lot of talk about how iPads are terrific for the classroom. But what about the more standard laptop? Is there still a place for the usual piece of hardware in the classroom?
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To celebrate the launch of the Edudemic Directory, we have teamed up with PunchTab to offer your favorite teacher (or yourself) the chance to win 1 of 3 iPad 2s! It's simple to enter and you can even get multiple en...
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The rapid changes in technology over the last 75 years have created enormous opportunities for education. Technology has also created some dangerous problems.
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Steve Jobs had many unfinished projects. One of which was to completely overhaul the textbook industry.
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Apple gives a wild amount of freedom to some executives. What if teachers gave the same amount of freedom to students? What if students could choose their own assignments?
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I've been viewing the Steve Jobs narration of the 'Think Different' ad as well as his 2005 Stanford Commencement address over the past few days. It's served to inspire me, take on new tasks, and generally try things a bit differently. I've felt more creative than I have in recent memory.
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If you're looking to inspire your class, friends, or yourself...check this out.
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I am a fan of the iPad. I'm a fan of putting more of them in classrooms. So let's say, hypothetically speaking, a classroom was lucky enough to get 10 (or more ) iPads? How do you keep them all organized, synced, and ...
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iOS 5 is packed with features that have made headlines around the world. But what about the amazing new tools that let users with special needs finally use an iOS device like never before?
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Looking for a bigger piece of the cloud? Box.net is offering 50GB(!) free online storage to battle Apple iCloud. When these companies battle, collaborating classrooms win.
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Consider this infographic a primer to get you ready for the upcoming release of the authorized biography of Steve Jobs.