Mobile Computing


These Gorgeous iPad Notes Could Lead to the Paperless Classroom

Taking notes in class and at conferences just got a whole lot more and fun. Check out these striking examples and learn how innovative educators are using them effectively.

Samsung Rolls Out Android Tablet Program to Canada

Samsung has teamed up with Advanced Education to bring its Samsung School solution to Canada.

Tech Fanboy Corner: What’s Trending? Computing Devices, Computing Device Usage

We step above the technology tsunami that is enveloping us and note the types of changes in devices and changes in usage patterns engendered by those device changes that are taking place. Your computer is not your father’s computer; no way, no how.

IDC on Tablet Market Share in Education: Dominance Can Be Fleeting

When Tim Cook announced that 94 percent of all tablets in education were iPads, plenty of jaws dropped. But there's more to the story.

Texas School District Goes 1:1 with Tablet Designed for Education

Midland Independent School District has implemented a 1:1 tablet initiative for all 1,600 of the district's sixth grade students and plans to implement more as part of its multi-year 1:1 initiative.

Texas District Looks to Device Management To Control Social Media

The Lewisville Independent School District has adopted a new Web security and mobile device control solution to support its one-to-one computing initiative.

Akitio Releases Bus-Powered 512 GB Thunderbolt SSD

Akitio has released a bus-powered, external 512 GB solid state Thunderbolt storage system and a dual-interface storage system that supports both USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt.

Apple Unveils iPad Air, iPad Mini with Retina Display

Apple has unveiled a new, lighter version of the iPad, the iPad Air, and a new iPad mini with Retina Display.

Blackboard Releases Free Student Response System, Integrated Virtual Classroom

Blackboard unveiled several new e-learning tools at the Educause 2013 conference Wednesday, including an integrated virtual classroom for Blackboard Learn, an updated mobile learning app, and a free student response system.

Two Heads Are Better Than One: Mobile Apps that Support Synchronous Collaboration

Everyone wants K-12 students to learn to collaborate. But where are the supports?! Well, finally, here are some free, easy to learn, easy to use, apps for iPads and Androids, that help students as they synchronously collaborate in creating concept maps, KWL charts, etc.

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