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Who actually buys education technology? What do teachers think about online learning? A new survey details the major trends in online learning.
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What do all the top 50 universities from around the world have in common? A specific location? A similar founding goal? Nope. They're all on this handy infographic and report!
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Ever wonder who you email most frequently? What about the longest conversation threads you've had? A new tool built using Google's App Scripts lets you understand exactly what's happening in your Gmail inbox right now. Who knows, it may actually help you manage your time a bit better!
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We hear about the insane numbers of iPhones and tablets sold every second. Everyone seems to have one or is about to buy one. But what about the teenagers? Exactly how many purchase the iDevices? A new report from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster spells it all out.
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Over 75% of US students regularly choose not to buy the textbooks their professors require, a recent student survey conducted by the e-textbook publisher Bookboon.com has revealed. This is mainly because students find textbooks too expensive and are frustrated by the fact that often only a few chapters from the books are used. In total 2164 US students participated in the survey.
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This could be one for the Ivy League history books. Harvard is reportedly investigating a widespread instance of cheating that involves more than 125 undergraduates.
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There's a new report making waves in the world of education technology. A pilot program that gave e-textbooks to 5,000 college students has turned out to have lackluster results. We now know the results of the pilot program thanks to a survey conducted this past spring.