Here is a look at one approach to using Dropbox to manage your schoolwork.
While it may seem more practical to buy an all-in-one tablet device, an e-reader device still has its advantages.
Inevitably, a student in any higher learning program will encounter digital files they wish to keep. Google Drive is the perfect place to store these files.
Students now are often knowledgeable or skilled in the areas they are studying. Mobile technologies can help provide an engaging learning environment for people whose focus is “just in time, just enough, and just for me.”
Depending on the publisher, you may or may not be able to find your favorite history book on the Kindle. Here are some existing bargains and tips on finding future bargains.
In perusing the different options for buying and reading books on these devices, I have tried them all and concluded that that not all are made equally.
We’re always on the look out for those shareable gems that we know you’ll enjoy and find useful. This is definitely one of those items!
If you’re an online learner who uses a tablet for classes, make sure to tune into this podcast. It’s a great list of intuitive ways of getting the most out of your tablet.
There is a rumor that Apple will be hosting an event related to the publishing industry (possible textbooks) in New York in January 2012. Could it center around electronic editions of textbooks?