Apple on Thursday made some significant changes to its “Apple and Education” Web site, adding resources, stories, planning ideas and more for students, teachers and IT staff.
iOS 7 provides powerful new ways to configure and deploy devices across institutions and features to help schools purchase, distribute and manage apps with ease. App Store license management, seamless enrollment in mobile device management (MDM) and single sign on are just some of the capabilities in iOS 7 that make it ideal for education.
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China’s Ministry of Education plans to cut college majors in which 60% or more of graduates remain jobless for two years.
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Nature Publishing this week took a huge step forward, making its collaborative learning website, Scitable, mobile friendly.
Apple quietly launched a new program for educational institutions that want to purchase apps from its iPhone, iPod touch and iPad App Store — a Volume Purchase Program.
Adam and Tonya Engst have released three new ebooks that cover topics for Mac, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users.
Long time Macintosh developer, Dan Wood, released a new set of training videos this week for his Web site building tool, Sandvox.
MacProVideo on Friday released a new set of video tutorials for Mac-based musicians.
Video training company Groove3 on Monday released two new Pro Tools training videos.
Mac personalities Adam and Tonya Engst have released two new ebooks in their popular “Take Control” series.
The University of Southern Florida is joining the growing number of educational institutions that are utilizing Apple technology to make learning more efficient for its students.
There have been a lot of holiday sales and offers over the last few days, but a few are still available, including a magazine offer from MacTech.
Video tutorial-maker, Groove3, released two new tutorial videos targeted to users interested in learning about music production and mixing.
MacProVideo on Wednesday released a new version of its N.E.D.i (NonLinear Educating Device for iPhone), a video tutorial app for iPhone and iPod touch users.
Disney on Tuesday introduced Disney Digital Books, a new effort to capture the attention of tech-savvy early readers and their parents. The e-books are viewable on a Mac or PC running a Web browser with Flash, and the service operates on a subscription model. A free trial is also available.
Out with the old, in with the new.
Apple on Tuesday expanded the lessons available in the GarageBand Lesson Store to include two classic Rush songs and a John Legend song.
Adam and Tonya Engst released two new Snow Leopard ebooks on Thursday, as part of their “Take Control” series.
MacProVideo released a new video tutorial on using Pro Tools to mix music. This time the company hired Sarah McLachlan’s engineer to give the lesson.
Two of the most influential publishers in the Mac industry, Adam and Tonya Engst, have released a new ebook designed to help users manage their passwords in Mac OS X.
MacProVideo didn’t wait long to release the first video tutorial for Apple’s Logic Pro 9. And the best part is, it’s free.
Ask Video on Tuesday released a new collection of videos for users of Ableton’s Live 8 software.
MacProVideo is one of the goto places for high-end video tutorials. On Monday they released a new title aimed at the professional audio market.
Maine has placed an order with Apple for 64,000 MacBooks, with another order for 7,000 coming in the next few weeks.