By Alex Heath on Sep 28, 2011
iStudiez Pro is a beautiful app for the iPhone and iPad that helps students manage their assignments and schedules. It’s just plain useful.
We’re giving away 7 free copies of iStudiez Pro to lucky iDB readers! Keep reading for the details… Read More
By Cody Lee on Aug 15, 2011
It’s that time of year again. College students everywhere are counting down their final days of Summer vacation, and preparing for the school year ahead.
Two of the biggest chores of the pre-semester activities are tracking down and buying your books. Luckily, Amazon has just released an iOS application that can help you with both — Amazon Student… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jul 30, 2011
Typically, gadgets are frowned on by teachers and affiliated staff (or as I like to call them, education enforcers). But that doesn’t seem to be the case at Lake Minneola High School in Lake County Florida.
According to the SunSentinel, Lake Minneola will be the first public school in Central Florida to purchase an iPad for every student. The move is part of a state pilot program designed to save money on textbooks, and offer a new approach to education… Read More
By Guest Author on Aug 24, 2010
TechCrunch announces some inspiring statistics released by Apple that show the educational access platform, iTunes U has leaped over 350,000 available files. Even more impressive is nearly half of the 800 plus universities worldwide that have active iTunes U accounts are distributing their content publicly.
Also revealed were the 300 million downloads recorded to date that are free of charge. Institutions supplying the content include Harvard, MIT, Oxford, and University de Montreal… Read More