Another Apple app for Education is iTunes U (available on the App Store) which is for showing course-lectures, discussions, language-lessons … from many universities in the world. Students can study online courses which are in iTunes U, and, certainly, STUDY FOR FREE there! Teachers can use iTunes U for creating their own lessons, courses, … and then “open” them for their online students. All things are built and managed by a Web-based Tools – iTunes U Course Manager.
Apple iTunes U for Edu
Yes, everyone can learn, with their iTunes U app on iPad, iPhone or Mac !
>> For Student:
- Keep track of assignments
- Access Class Materials
- Organized Notes
- Receive Pushed Notifications
iTunes U – Features for Students
>> For Teacher:
- Create an outline
- Add posts and assignments
- Deep link to assigned materials
iTunes U – Features for Teachers
For more information about iTunes U (details, download, update), visit:
Third Quarter Result caused many contests most …
Apple gave their Business Report in Q3, 2013. According to the Summary document, the Total profit is $35,323 billion – less than the Q2, 2013 (decreases $8,28 billion).
This made many people concerned. There were some rumors and unrest about Apple situation.
Apple’s Data Summary – Q3.2013
(You can see more details at: www.apple.com)
However, there’re still some things to continue hoping. At the WWDC 2013, Apple has introduced the “newest series”, one of the impressive products is the New MacBook Air, along with OS X Mavericks – that didn’t let people disappoint. 🙂
New MacBook Air – one of the “new series” products which impressed the most.
OS X Mavericks Demo at WWDC 2013
New IPAD Mini – Retina Display
The iOS 7 beta
iOS 7 Beta Demo (photo credit: mashable.com)
And, on this fall, Apple will officially release the iOS 7, along with the next generation of the iPhone 5.
Let’s wait for their new changes (and chances or challenges) 🙂
[On June 19th, 2013]
According to Apple’s News, the LA Unified School District has awarded Apple $30 million for iPad Deal, to distribute to their students in this area. They are going to teach students via iPad, instead of the “traditional teaching” with black-board and books.
Education is in Apple’s DNA and we’re thrilled to work with Los Angeles Unified public schools on this major initiative as they plan to roll out iPads to every student across 47 campuses this fall.
“The Board voted unanimously for Apple because iPad rated the best in quality, was the least expensive option and received the highest scoring by the review panel that included students and teachers,” said Jaime Aquino, LAUSD Deputy Superintendent of Instruction. “The vote is another step forward in the District’s plan to equip every one of its students with a device by 2014. When completed, the LAUSD will become the largest district in the nation to provide each of its students with the technology.”
Apple will provide iPads that include the Pearson Common Core System of Courses delivered via a new app as part of the integrated solution. Apps such as iWork®, iLife® and iTunes®, in addition to a range of educational third-party apps are also included.
— said Apple
So, be happy, students ! It’s not too long to have your own favorite and convenient equipment, iPad, to study at school.
English: A 1st generation Apple iPad showing iBooks, with the book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Apple has just presented all keynotes at The World Wide Developer Conference 2013 (WWDC13). Last week is very exciting, right ? So, if someone can’t watch through those keynotes, there is another Recap (Video Clip) created by The Verge, that could help you re-tour all Apple’s events at WWDC13. Enjoy ! 🙂