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If you're reading this on the iPad or browsing through our iPad magazine, you're going to want to read this. A new study from Belkin, Harvard School of Public Health, and Microsoft has found that tablet users may be at high risk to develop neck discomfort based on behaviors driven by the limitations of tablet designs.
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According to a new study, 1 out of every 2 people think the 'cloud' in cloud computing is literally a cloud. That's right. Like it's some amorphous weather pattern that powers the Internet perhaps.
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Whether you're a student or teacher, it's important to love what you're learning. If you're a chemist, it's important to know about these ten reasons you should feel like a superhero for exploring the world of chemistry on a daily basis.
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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.
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There's a new tool that's perfect for finance, economics, math, and history teachers alike. It's a web-based interactive map that displays the spread of capitalism based on the location of where Adam Smith's 'An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations' book has been published.
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When you step into your school this fall, your eyes won't be playing tricks on you. Pretty much every student, starting at the age of about 12, has a mobile phone. About a third of those students have a smartphone. The 'Generation Text' is here and they expect you to keep up with them.
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Is education technology all hype? Will printed books always have a place in the classroom? A new study unveils the current state of edtech and what's in store.
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Got a minute? Curious about what's driving the big push for all these apps being launched every day? Joseph Baker takes a quick look at the world of apps.
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There is a massive push to bring more and more learning online. From Khan Academy to Coursehero to online schools, the future is clear. But there's a new take on the current online learning model and it's just gotten some major capital funding. More than a million dollars in funding, actually.
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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.
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I love these thought-provoking questions. During my time as a student, I always enjoyed when a teacher would ask a question that did not have a clear answer. It got the gears spinning and usually flushed out some mental cobwebs.
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A recently published study by Latitude Research, the LEGO Learning Institute and Project Synthesis shows that kids today accept and probably expect that someday they'll all be able to have friends like Data, the cute sentient android in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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Nervous about turning 35? 40? Don't be. According to a new study, your real concern should be about turning 45. That's based on a new study that was just released which shows that we all may very well lose our mental ...
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I've tested, rated, tried out, and put tons of educational iPad apps through their paces. Some are worthwhile, some are not worth your time. That's why I was excited to read about a new study that attempted to figure out the actual effectiveness of iPad apps in learning.