Archive for the ‘Education Technology’ Category

Top 20 Mobile Education Apps: iPhone vs. Android

Technology has made it possible to learn from almost anywhere. As a result, there are a number of online degree programs that allow you to learn at your own pace — and on schedule that is convenient to you. You don’t even have to be participating in a distance learning program to reap the benefits of technology for your education. If you are interested in studying on the go, there are plenty of applications that can help you do so, whether you are learning online, or on campus. Mobile educational apps can give you an edge. Here are 20 great mobile education apps, 10 for the iPhone, and 10 for Android phones:

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Top 50 Library Websites Worth Bookmarking from Around the World

Technology has made it possible to increase the amount of information you have access to. When pursuing a Masters degree, this can be especially helpful. Whether you are studying on a campus, or getting a Masters degree online, it is possible for you to do research and find credible and legitimate resources online. Some of the best places to start are library web sites. You can find resources of interest, as well as information on preparing your work for submission.

All over the world, libraries are embracing technology, and their collections are becoming increasingly accessible. If you are interested in learning what is available, here are 50 library websites worth bookmarking:

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Open Courseware & Public Domain Books on the iPad – The Ultimate Guide

The debut of Apple’s iPad in April 2010 sent Apple fans, gadget geeks and software junkies running to purchase a tool that promised to become the middle ground between laptops and iPhones. The iPad has an optional iBooks application that can be downloaded from the App Store, which displays books and other ePub-format content downloaded from the iBookstore. But, how does the iPad fare in the e-book department, and is it friendly to open courseware and public domain books?

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