Intel devices and Obama's promises: The week's most read education news
Intel debuted two new education-minded devices this week, marking arguably its most publicized move in the sector since it acquired Kno late last year — and both feature that company's app. Meanwhile, Education Dive took a look at promises made during President Barack Obama's college summit last week, and Apple expanded access to its iBooks Textbooks and iTunes U Course Manager educational content worldwide.
Take a look at our roundup of 5 useful ed tech podcasts and more in this week's most-read Education Dive posts.
- Intel debuts education tablet and laptop: The durable devices benefit from the company's recent Kno acquisition.
- 6 big promises made at Obama’s college summit: Fee waivers for college applications and financial aid for 'gap year' are among the biggest pledges.
- 5 ed tech podcasts you should listen to: These online radio shows will provide tips and expand your knowledge of the fast-changing world of education technology.
- Apple educational content now available worldwide: Educators and students around the world can now take advantage of its textbook and course management platforms.
- MOOC completion rates not the whole story, study says: Harvard and MIT take a look at data from 17 MOOCs.
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