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So you like to browse the web. Do you know how we used the Internet in 2012? Do you know how many people in China use the web? You will!
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How are phones being used in the classroom? Is all this BYOD and 1:1 tech actually useful? What are teachers saying about the phone's increasingly large presence in their classrooms? A new infographic spells it out.
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Apps, smartphones, and tablets are storming into classrooms around the world. But how do you figure out which apps are being used by teachers, admins, students, and parents?
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We all know that the world is more connected now than it ever has been, and that will only grow as technology continues to develop. But just how connected are we?
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The classroom of the future may be driving down your street in the near future. A bus focused on interactive learning is making its debut at N.R. Burger Middle School in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and it's filled with all the latest learning technologies.
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Want to make your website look better for smartphone users? In the coming years, most visitors to your site are going to be on phones and tablets, so it might be good to check out Google's new 'Go Mo' service that gives you a snazzy mobile design.
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We’ve got a pantload of new stuff for all our fabulous readers of the Edudemic Magazine. From a look at what’s making edtech tick behind the scenes to figuring out which device is actually the best one for your classroom and more.
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It's hard to read the tea leaves of education technology. You never really know what the classroom of the upcoming year will look like in terms of technology. Will iPads be all the rage? Will videoconferencing replace face-to-face office hours? Would a smartphone app be the new way to turn in homework? Who knows?
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Are students addicted to their phones? We don't need a study to know they are. But why? What is the biggest reason they can't put their phones down? We now know the answer(s) thanks to Answer Underground.
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Technology is ubiquitous and so is its phantom. It has become a major guiding force in the training and education field with the advent of E-Learning and Mobile Learning.
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Mobile learning, or m-learning, refers to any learning intervention that is carried out through the use of mobile devices and wireless technology. Ever since the concept of mobile learning came into the picture, in...
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My wife stumbled across this fantastically obnoxious image that was sent by a clever / rude person by the name of Randall Patrick Munroe to Verizon. As you can see, he is a fan of math and also bothering huge companies.
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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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In honor of today's launch of the iPad 2, I am happy to announce that the new Edudemic site is completely mobile-friendly. While the full site loaded in mobile web browsers, it was slow and not designed for smaller screens.
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[caption id="" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Gizmodo artist rendering"][/caption] If you thought the Facebook phone was pure myth, time to put on your socks so they can be knocked off. According to the offi...