iOS 7 and LinkedIn: The week's most read education news
Apple's iOS 7 launched this week, bringing with it new capabilities for the millions of iPads deployed in classrooms worldwide. Meanwhile, the University of Cincinnati's president made headlines for his prolific tweeting and members of LinkedIn's Higher Education Management group told us how they use the professional network.
Check out our features on the graduation rates of the nation's top universities and more in this week's most read education news.
- 5 iPad upgrades iOS 7 brings to education: Apple's new mobile operating system offers more than a bright and shiny exterior — it has powerful new features for education, too.
- How are higher education professionals using LinkedIn?: Members of the network's Higher Education Management group weigh in.
- Where did the richest people in America go to college?: We took a look at where the highest-ranking members of The Forbes 400 earned their degrees—if they have one at all.
- U. of Cincinnati president tweets his way into students' hearts: The University of Cincinnati leader has almost 22,000 followers and an appreciative audience.
- The top U.S. universities have very different graduation rates: With all of the attention given to graduation rates of late, how do U.S. News' top 10 national universities compare on that metric?
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