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When asked if they prefer Macs or PCs for a laptop, most students said they preferred a Mac.
Students confess that they could be doing other things instead of browsing Facebook.
Colleges should invest in the technologies that will make their long distance education programs top notch and attract prospective students.
An initiative that provides students with personal laptops and tablets is helping to prepare Winona State University students for life in the digital world.
This roundup features tablets designed to excel in the classroom. We’ve also talked to tech experts to provide you with 7 tips for choosing the right device for your school to meet the unique needs of your students.
Today’s “smartphones” do more than make phone calls. Similarly, just about any tablet or mini-tablet, including an iPod Touch, not to mention any notebook or desktop computer, can also act as a telephone. But, even the term telephone does not truly encompass what these devices can do. Learn how to cut fees and use your mobile device for your telecom needs.
The IPSD assistant superintendent of technology talks about going BYOT and how the district prepared.
Intuit’s Quicken 2014 introduces a new tier of mobile functionality that is pushing what a mobile device can do for you. The movement from the mobile device as a utility to an intricate part of our involvement with technology offers up the mobile device as an efficient, single solution for most personal and professional technology that has come before it.
Professional expense tracking and accounting finance apps are great for handling your money. From personal purchases to invoice and contract management, these robust apps are tailored for you to use as your budget or business model sees fit.
See the tech Tampa Preps uses for it’s flipped classrooms. A/V technology helps facilitate collaboration, which is especially important in schools that employ the flipped learning approach. Class time is spent working together and sharing ideas while traditional “classwork” is completed independently at home.