iPads in Education — Implementation Stories and Lessons Learned (continued)

Posted by | Posted in Education Technology | Posted on 17-02-2011


This video blog entry is a companion piece to the article of the same title on EmergingEdTech.com [URL: www.emergingedtech.com Last week we started looking at rollouts of iPads in schools by searching out, reading, and summarizing findings in articles discussing these types of programs. This week we continue our examination of this topic by sharing take-aways from this excellent article in the March/April 2011 Educause Review. Educators Mary Ann Gawelek, Mary Sparato, and Phil Komarny from Seton Hill University wrote this highly informative overview of the recent introduction of iPads at their university.

Australian IT News Weekly: Apple runs out of iPads, Telstra unveils T-hub & More

Posted by | Posted in IT news | Posted on 06-04-2010


This week in Australian technology news: Apple revealed over 500000 iPads have been sold in the US, causing a shortage and delaying international launch, whilst Telstra unveiled its T-hub device which will hit stores later this month. Google approached the US Government about Australia’s plans to filter the internet, Optus was hit by a DDoS attack and rumours of an agreement being met between Telstra and the NBN for Telstra’s infrastructure proved false. Follow @autechnews, @autechreviews and @autechpr on Twitter for all the latest Australian IT information and reviews during the week! (Episode for week beginning Monday 12th April 2010)