Another great way to utilize your e-reader for school. Download books with an “expiration date” from your local library.
Research. It comes with being a student. How you harness the intellect you’re obtaining is up to you.
There are two answers to this question. But, before I share them, I would like to explain the evolution of the mobile application and smart phones to provide some additional background on the issue.
A special app from NASA combined with expert commentary from a former astronaut on the future of space flight.
While I have written about how libraries have been making a slow but steady shift from stacks to servers over the past 15 years, one of the most promising advances I have come across recently is the idea of loaning ebooks.
Data suggests that by 2015 as many as 1 in 4 college text books will be delivered electronically.
For those of you out there who are frenetic towards to-do lists, you now have an option to geo-tag your tasks with a new smartphone app, called “TaskAware”. As you build your to-do list, you simply add the location (address, etc.) for each task.
If you’ve peeked into the chaotic life of a hoarder on those reality shows, you’re not alone. And for all the times you’ve congratulated yourself on not being one, think again. It may not be harmful to digitally hoard, but are you doing it the right way?
Application availability will lead the way when it comes to device adoption in the classroom. Take the ereaders and iPads for example. While students love the devices, when it comes to efficiency and effective learning, these can often imped success in the classroom.