To Android or not to Android

There is no box

I’d seriously considered making the switch to Android when the Nexus 5 came out. But this time around I decided it was time to look at Android again. I’m a huge fan of the Finger Print sensor on the back and the notifications in Android have already simplified my work flow.

A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking


You may remember Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) for its groundbreaking and utterly depressing report, Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Online Civic Reasoning.

Interesting idea - Chromebook + Nexus 7 instead of just an iPad

Educational Technology Guy

Related: New Chromebooks and Chrome OS - great for education Google for Education Resources Android for Education Resources On device apps/software vs. web apps - which is better for schools? Android chromebooks edcamp google Chrome OS Google for Educators iPad

Discussing an Augmented Reality World! - AR Detroit

Two Guys and Some iPads

Next was, Jakub Koter the co-founder of Red Piston which specializes in building innovative Mobile Apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry Playbook. On Monday, July 29th our baby took it''s first step!

2012 Edublog Award Nominations


So, short(listed), hopefully, and sweet, here are mine: Best individual blog Speechie Apps by Aubrey Klingensmith is a great spot for app reviews, and kudos to Aubrey for tackling the task of helping SLPs incorporate Android apps as well as iOS, which I honestly have no desire to do! Each year I enjoy the Edublog Awards season, which is ostensibly a competition but really a reminder of the importance of social media in education. For more on the history of the Edublog awards, click here.

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