Monthly Archives: August 2012

Interview | A Wikipedia for Education

In a small, mountainous Asian village with no electricity, amongst a curious group of middle schoolers, Kim Jones carefully revealed an iPad she had brought along on her trip. For nearly all of the students present, it was their first … Continue reading

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Trends | Social Networking in Your District

Today’s young learners seem to live a parallel life on Facebook. And many school districts are eager to leverage the attraction of social networking to engage students and help them learn digital literacy skills that are vital to their future … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | StudyBlue iPad App

With students and educators increasingly turning to Apple tablets for learning purposes, mobile study service StudyBlue has launched a free iPad app that creates a seamless, cross-platform studying experience. Students can use the StudyBlue app to search, create, and study … Continue reading

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Trends | How Big Data is Changing the College Experience

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Cool Tool | The Swivl

A mobile accessory that turns your iOS device into your own personal cameraman, the cool thing about the Swivl is that it literally follows you as you move and enhances video capture with a wireless microphone. It’s one of those ‘Now why … Continue reading

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