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I don't usually use exclamation points in the titles of posts, but this one calls for it. The new, totally redesigned, all-new Edudemic Magazine iPad app is now available.
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Digital textbooks are great, right? Education Secretary Arne Duncan thinks so - and is calling for the US to move as quickly as possible to make the switch. "Over the next few years, textbooks should be obsolete", he ...
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Got a minute? Literally just one minute? Take a close look at this new infographic from our partners over at Online Universities. It's a great way to quickly look at the tools affecting major change in classrooms around the world.
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When I was in elementary school in the late 80's, we'd inevitably be dragged to the library a couple of times a year to learn about the Dewey Decimal system, how to find books of different types, and other things that...
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Apple just announced a great addition to the iBooks app for iPads and the iPhone: notes. The original version of iBooks was somewhat crippled without this important feature. Now students around the world are able to v...
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So what happens when Google, Amazon, and your local library come up short in your quest for free educational eBooks?
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In lieu of explosive eReader growth, this infographic shows some statistical surprises about our collective reading habits.
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Let's say you've decided to buy a single iPad or (lucky you) a classroom full of iPads... what kind of books should you be using? Should highly visual and interactive books be used? What about simple e-books that are just text? If you're a textbook author or someone who wants to use iBooks Author, then these questions are even more important.