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Apple in Education

EDBRIEF: Apple to overhaul iPad in Education Program

According to an email obtained by MacRumors, Apple plans to overhaul its iPad in Education Program in order to ease the distribution process and classroom adoption of its tablets for schools and entire districts.

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EDUKWEST Sunday Review

Sunday Review for the Week of May 19th 2014

In this week’s Sunday Review: Is student debt tied to the income of university presidents? Google’s rise in the education technology market. Harvard’s Hollywood-like MOOC production. The Future of textbooks. Unizin, a potential threat to edX? The cult of college drop-outs and more.

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Divide

Google’s Acquisition of Divide could boost BYOD in Schools

Last week Google announced the acquisition of Divide, the company creates software solutions that enable companies to keep personal data separate from company data on mobile devices.

The Divide team will join Google’s Android team to work on new solutions integrated in the mobile OS. For existing customers of the company nothing will change for the time being.

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2013 Founders' Letter

Google 2013 Founders’ Letter: Risk Averse Education and Remote Classrooms

In his 2013 founders’ letter, Google’s co-founder and CEO Larry Page takes a look at the current state of the US school system and states that it isn’t capable of encouraging the next generation of “big thinkers” companies like Google want and need to hire.

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EDUKWEST Sunday Review

Sunday Review for the Week of April 28th 2014

In this week’s Sunday Review: US high schools reach 80% graduation rate, Microsoft donates $1 billion to school districts, Minerva announces its founding class, MIT becomes the first Bitcoin economy, Google stops scanning student and teacher emails, politics in China drive graduating students into the job market, lessons from inBloom’s rapid demise and more.

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EDUKWEST Sunday Review

Sunday Review for the Week of March 17th 2014

In this week’s Sunday Review we learn about the potential reasons why Coursera is allowed to give access to some of its courses to Iranian students, why VCs tend to get edtech wrong, who owns the rights to a MOOC when the instructor leaves the institution, why students sue Google, how semantic search will improve education, how researchers are chasing pageviews like bloggers and more.

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ENT Audio Podcast

ENT Hedlines June 28th 2012 (Audio)

ENT Audio Podcast

ENT Hedlines

Thursday June 28th 2012

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ENT Hedlines June 28th 2012

ENT Hedlines

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C12 Audio Podcast

C12 Episode 8 K12 News (Audio)

C12 Audio Podcast

C12 Episode #8

K12 News

  • recorded: May 11th 2012
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udemy This Interview is sponsored by udemy – Udemy enables anyone to take and build courses online. Their goal is to disrupt and democratize education by enabling anyone to learn from the world’s experts. Visit udemy.com and follow them on Twitter @udemy.

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  • Google Launches New Search Education Site with Lesson Plans
    Source: MindShift
  • NearPod
  • Classifying K-12 blended learning
    Source: InnoSight
  • CODiE Awards 2012 Education Technology
    Source: siia.net
  • Districts Draw the Line on School Meal Debt
    Source: Education Week
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C12 #8 K12 News

C12 Episode 8 K12 News

C12 #8 K12 NewsIn this edition of K12 News Chris talks about Google’s search curriculum, the CODiE Awards for Education, NearPod, InnoSight whitepaper and school meal debt.

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udemy This Interview is sponsored by udemy – Udemy enables anyone to take and build courses online. Their goal is to disrupt and democratize education by enabling anyone to learn from the world’s experts. Visit udemy.com and follow them on Twitter @udemy.

Links

  • Google Launches New Search Education Site with Lesson Plans
    Source: MindShift
  • NearPod
  • Classifying K-12 blended learning
    Source: InnoSight
  • CODiE Awards 2012 Education Technology
    Source: siia.net
  • Districts Draw the Line on School Meal Debt
    Source: Education Week

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