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In a bold move, the school district in Van Meter, Iowa has gone completely digital. This doesn't mean they simply handed out some expensive computers and walked away...the school actually ditched traditional paper-based learning and is actively using the laptops in their new digital curriculum.
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Google is obsessed with instant. They just unveiled some big improvements to how you'll be using their services from here on out. From changing how you search while on your mobile device to finally adding Google Instant to Google Images, there's all kinds of helpful tools at your disposal.
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So I graduated from Harvard yesterday. It was an amazing experience that I was able to accomplish and share thanks to the support of my wonderful wife and family. The weather was beautiful and the campus was spotless....
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Amazon, Apple, Google and many other tech giants have been opening online bookstores with little regard for open source digital textbooks. Many universities, including MIT and Carnegie Mellon, post course lectures ...
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Twitter is intertwined with just about every aspect of the daily life of students, teachers, and everyone else online. That's why I thought this new infographic by Masters Degree Online makes some interesting points. ...
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$21,000. It's barely a living wage and would be a terrific salary for someone looking for a job that requires little to no labor or thought. But that's not the job that my wife was offered.
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If you’re in the final stretch of the school year, you may have resorted to showing some movies in the classroom. Rather than rely on your DVD collection or school’s library, why not take advantage of Netflix, Hulu, or the newest addition to the streaming world…YouTube Movies!
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I was inspired by a recent tweet from Joe Bower, a great person to follow on Twitter, when he posed the above question. How should students use cell phones in school?
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Looks like the videoconferencing war is really heating up. Apple has FaceTime across their devices, Chatroulette is supposedly making a comeback, Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker are back at work on Supyo, and even Skype...