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  • Don't Panic Books

    Text vs Tech Infographic - Students, books and e-books

  • Leslie Perry

    college student use of technology

  • Alyssa Tormala

    Tech vs Text: New Study Unveils What Students Are Actually Using To Learn - Edudemic

  • Perry Lund

    What technology students are using to learn with in schools. iPad (tablet) adoption rate has passed laptops.

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iPad Education Dilemma [infographic] Technology and education go hand in hand in our modern society. Even high school students can’t survive without a computer. Computers are used to research for projects, type papers and assignments and to chat with friends on facebook;). With the introduction of the iPad, Apple has had the vision to use the iPad to innovate the way schools use technology.

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This made me laugh because I didn't even know most of these words until well into college....#PublicSchoolsSucks



discounts for college. I had know idea I could get a discout at these retail stores and restaurants just by showing my student ID!!!

Since 1978, the cost of college tuition in the United States has gone up by over 900%. Approximately 2 of 3 of all college students graduate with stud

  • WEU

    Why worry about debt, when you can earn your education for FREE? World Education University (WEU) is tackling the education crisis by offering tuition free education to the world. Asking for students to use that gift of free education to give back and do good.

Student loans have created a new kind of monster...The-Walking-Debt. What happened to the days when we all believed that a mind is a terrible thing to waste??? How many kids will be afraid to go to college now that it can mean a life of debt?

Going to college, drowning in debt. Too many college students are going to college, only to come out with a mountain of debt. Change needs to happen.