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If you thought taking a photo on your phone was as simple as framing and snapping, think again – Pennsylvania’s Immaculata University is teaching students how to use them “properly”. Professor Flannery explains that “it’s part of our responsibility to teach kids how to use this tool”.
Adelaide University’s giving both away. Well, not exactly giving. You still have to earn the degree, and you’ll pay for the Pad in Uni fees, obviously.
In the eternal arms race that is teachers versus cheaters, the administration of the University of Central Florida has hit DEFCON-1. And they’re doing it with technology.
Melbourne-based La Trobe University today joined a whole heap of other Australian unis by adding their content to iTunes U. I still find it mind blowing that I’m still paying off my 3 years at uni – an education I probably could have gotten for free online if I’d only waited a few years for iTunes U to launch…