Special Ed Students Victims of Federal Budget Cuts – 2013

Budget Cuts
Source: Special-Education-Degree.net

How Students Use Technology 2014

Undergraduate Students & Technology
From BachelorsDegreeOnline.com

Google’s Impact on Education

Google and Education
Source: TopMastersinEducation.com

$400B Per Year Spent on US Higher Ed – Will #MOOCs Change That?

Reposted from EduTech Digest

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Digital Activities of American Teens

Originally published by The Family Online Safety Institute.
Infographic and charts created by Statista – The Statistics PortalBaAOmXxCUAAL5Mh

Email is DEAD [DYING]! Not so fast!

Published by Huffington Post, November 25, 2013. Written by @ValaAfshar and @EnteraBob (Bob Nilsson). Based upon a study sponsored by @ExtremeNetworks.

Counter to other studies including one that appeared on this blog titled, “Just How Little Are Students Using e-mail? “Six Minutes a Day” that was written by Courtney Rubin and appeared in the NY Times September 27, 2013, Extreme Networks found that email use is pervasive and is expected to remain so for years to come.  Interesting to see why these surveys came up with such different results.  See the beautifully designed and truly ‘informative’ infographic created by @JimMacLeod below.  Please click here for the complete article in the Huffington Post.

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MOOC, Online Education – History and Worldwide Adoption

Originally published on EdTech Digest November 21, 2013

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