reviewed 20 blog

review:ed #20 It’s Friday, it’s iPad Day

review:ed #20 It's Friday, it's iPad Day

Kirsten & Chris

In this episode Chris and I invited Adam Garry of Dell to talk about their strategy for schools. We discussed the new TED-Ed YouTube channel, Encyclopedia Britannica killing the print version, Luidia’s tech adoption study and, of course, the new iPad and more.

Subscribe to review:ed Subscribe to review:ed Video via RSS Subscribe to review:ed Audio via RSS
Subscribe to review:ed Audio via iTunes
Download Episode Download Episode Video Download Episode Audio
StudyBlue - Learn from others. Teach yourself. This Interview is sponsored by StudyBlue – Learn from others. Teach yourself.StudyBlue enables students to quickly share and compare their explanations with more than one million of their peers who are sharing over 40 million ideas. Anyone can test-drive the database of explanations by visiting StudyBlue’s home page.Visit StudyBlue.com and follow @StudyBlue on Twitter.
Transfluent - Rapid professional translation for your Facebook, Twitter and website This Interview is sponsored by Transfluent- Rapid professional translation for your Facebook, Twitter and websiteTransfluent offers 15 000 human translators, not machines, in 60 languages, available 24 hours a day to help you to eliminate work and cost, creating new possibilities to connect with customers from abroad.Visit transfluent.com and follow @Transfluent_en on Twitter.

Show Notes

[05:20] TED launched TED-Ed Channel on YouTube
Source: The Verge

[10:05] McGraw-Hill sees $399 price of iPad 2 as tipping point
Source: The Verge

[13:39] Interview with Adam Garry of Dell

[27:05] Thank you to our sponsor Transfluent

[31:15] Discussing the new iPad

[39:50] Khan Academy App
Source: ZDNet

[44:50] Students don’t ask their parents or teachers anymore
Source: Big Think

[51:15] France planning an “Amazon tax” to save small bookstores

[56:50] Encyclopedia Britannica stops the print edition
Source: KirstenWinkler.com

[1:02:09] Luidia Tech Adoption Study
Source: ZDNet

[1:07:56] Thank you to our sponsor StudyBlue

[1:15:13] Critical Links Education Appliance now eligible for E-Rate

PlayPlay

Kirsten Winkler is the founder and editor of EDUKWEST. She writes about Social Media, Digital Society and Startups at KirstenWinkler.com and the future of learning at Disrupt Education. You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Google+