The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed four tech-savvy students to get their viewpoint on how professors use technology in the classroom. More information about the interview can be found here.
When it comes to buying textbooks, students currently have more options now than ever before. The choice is no longer just between your university’s new and used textbook selection, but also includes options such as digital books, book rental, and hard copies of books from various online stores. But with all of these options, howRead more about New Tools for Comparing Textbooks of All Formats[…]
Amazon has released a new web app that allows users to access their Kindle library directly from their web browser. The app is called the Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader and is currently only compatible with Google Chrome and Safari web browsers (desktop or iPad). The HTML5 Web reader was created in response to Apple’s newRead more about Amazon Releases Kindle Cloud Reader[…]
Last month the International Society for Technology in Education Conference was held in Philadelphia. During the conference, there were quite a few presentations focusing on Google Apps for Education– an archive of which is available here. There are some very interesting presentations made by Google employees, as well as certified teachers and trainers, about usingRead more about Google Presentation Archive from ISTE 2011[…]