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Alternative iPad Browsers with tricks Safari can’t do

Alternative iPad Browsers with tricks Safari can’t do | Byod | Scoop.it
Alternative iPad Browsers with tricks Safari can’t do http://t.co/ipsawXedTy #edtech #education #edchat

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John Pearce's curator insight, April 21, 2013 12:02 AM

Though it is a pay for app my favorite browser iDevice browser is iCab because of its integration with so many other apps and services built in.

Marcia Pereira's curator insight, May 3, 2013 12:10 PM

We all need to know about the variety of browsers avaiable to use on our devices.  It helps to know that there are options.

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A simple introduction to BYOD or bring your own Device

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A simple introduction to BYOD or bring your own Device http://su.pr/1eAimi #tech #byod #biz #it #cio #geek #nerd


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Technology Resources - Bring Your Own Device - Resources and Guides


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How to share books and PDFs directly from iBooks for iPhone and IPad | iMore.com

How to share books and PDFs directly from iBooks for iPhone and IPad | iMore.com | Byod | Scoop.it
If you find a book you think a friend might like, iBooks gives you an easy way to share a link directly to that book for them to check it out and purchase it if they choose.

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Bring Your Own Device Toolkit

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Today’s education system is evolving to take full advantage of the potential of mobile technology devices to inspire learning and create independent, critical thinkers.

 

However, with tight budgets, many schools are hoping to bring technology into the classroom without the costly burden of purchasing a device for each student. One potential solution that is being explored is BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device. This allows students to bring their personal laptops, tablets, and smartphones from home and use them for educational applications in the classroom.

 

At a time when budgets are shrinking, school districts are considering BYOD programs to integrate cost-effective technology into their educational programs. It’s a promising idea, especially for schools that lack sufficient technology budgets. BYOD takes advantage of the technology that students already own and are familiar with.

 

However, BYOD programs have been met with some criticism from staff and administrators who believe the challenges outweigh the perceived benefits. Continue reading...


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