As is the case once every week, EdTech and mLearning features a collection of some educational iPad apps that have gone free. Again, these deals are available at least in the Canadian and American iTunes App Stores. We are not sure if this is the case with iTune Stores in other parts of the world. The list we curated for you today include apps for learning guitar basics, remotely control your Mac through iPad, learn basic math skills and many more.
Three years ago, Dean Trevelino, the owner of a public relations firm in Georgia, was searching for a way to travel around the world while still putting his second home in Alys Beach, Florida, to good use.
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Most evidence suggests that moderate drinking is healthy, and it might even boost your immunity. While no M.D. will give you the thumbs up for heavy drinking (for good reason), it is possible to choose drinks this New Year's Eve that aren't all bad.
We now spend more time communicating, reading and watching content online than we do sleeping every day. With the internet in all of our pockets, there’s always a strong temptation to check your phone rather than switching off from work. Smart phones, mobile apps, cloud computing, mobile email, and web applications all enable you to access the office 24 hours a day, but is that a good thing or a bad thing?Now that you can take the office home or out and about with you, you can find yourself stru
Princeton Review, arbiter of all things college-related, has just released its 2015 edition of its annual college rankings book. The book ranks schools in dozens of categories, looking at everything from academics to the on-campus social scene.
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The Guardian Work-life balance: what changes could help improve yours? The Guardian What's work-life balance like in your country? Does your industry require you to work outside office hours, or do you switch your phone off and hope for the best?
How can an iPad be used to enhance the school day? Which apps are the best? Nick Dempster, a Year 6 teacher at Linaker Primary School in Southport and an Apple Distinguished Educator shares his experiences.
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