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MIT launches free online 'fully automated' course 13 February 2012Last updated at 11:37 ET By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent MIT is creating an online "MITx", offering courses to students anywhere in the world. Pic: Jon Fildes
Cell phones seem like an essential part of an American’s life. I don’t know anyone without one and I’d say most people even have a smart phone. Countries like Saudi Arabia and Russia have a weird distribution of cellphones per people. I guess having multiple phones is popular in those places. The World of Mobile Phones
'What's Wrong With Education Cannot Be Fixed with Technology' -- The Other Steve Jobs | Epicenter Photo: Jim Merithew/Wired.com On Thursday, Apple is hosting an “Education Event” in New York City. Thanks to reporting by sister publication Ars Technica, we expect Apple to announce a new digital publishing tool — a “GarageBand for e-books” — to create interactive, HTML5-based texts that can be read on Apple’s iOS devices. However, Apple will still face some serious non-technological hurdles before it can make a serious impact on education and the textbook market. Just how many will depend on what else is announced on Thursday. Apple’s interest in textbook publishing was tipped last fall by Walter Isaacson’s biography Steve Jobs.