Posts Tagged ‘Education’

Apple has just published 30 creative activities for kids staying home during the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what you need to know about this.

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Apple recently released iPadOS 13.4 and while most of the talk has been about its new pointer functionality, there are some other gems that were announced alongside it. And if you’re in the enterprise or education sector you might be in for a treat.

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Apple continued its push into the world of healthcare today by announcing that it will offer a special Activity Challenge relating to Heart Month. Special heart health events will take place at Apple Stores in San Francisco, Chicago, and New York throughout the month of February.

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Apple has announced three expanded formats – Skills, Walks, and labs – for its “Today at Apple” in-store collection of educational sessions for things that can be done with iPhones, iPads, Macs, and more.

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Appleā€™s Everyone Can Create curriculum has been made available in German, French, Spanish, and Italian via Apple Books, the company has announced via press release.

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Apple has used its recent Chicago, Illinois media event to announce a brand new initiative aimed at teachers called “Everyone Can Create.” The new education-based initiative is described by Apple as a “new curriculum that brings creative expression to every subject.”

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Apple today announced Logitech Crayon and Rugged Combo 2 keyboard case for iPad 6, as well as making Space Gray iMac accessories available for everyone.

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Apple has just sent out invites for its Spring March 27 event titled “Let’s take a field trip”, hinting that the event will be education focused.

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Apple has just released its new Classroom app for the iPad and requires iOS 9.3 to run. Here’s what the app has to offer.

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Microsoft has introduced a new educational platform which provides rich and interactive learning material for educators. Built upon the Microsoft .NET Framework, the Semblio platform will enable developers to reach new audiences and help create new business opportunities and revenue streams.

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