Apple has invited media outlets for a special event on Jan. 19 at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. The invitation mentions an announcement about education. The event begins at 10 a.m. ET. Mashable speculated earlier this month that the event would revolve around the publishing world. Perhaps Apple will be asking publishers to put textbooks on iOS devices? Mashable received an invite and will be covering the event. What do you think Apple has planned for the event? Tell us in the comments. More About: apple , trending For more Tech coverage: Follow Mashable Tech on Twitter Become a Fan on Facebook Subscribe to the Tech channel Download our free apps for Android , Mac , iPhone and iPad
Apple Announces ‘Education’ Event for Next Week
As universities become more competitive amid a tough-hiring environment, students are faced now more than ever with the pressure to succeed in the classroom. To alleviate some of those pressures, a service called NoteWagon encourages — with cash — students to work together and exchange notes on various subjects.
The social platform is trying to redefine college education by offering students the ability to swap course content in a social manner. Students who take excellent notes in class and are willing to help their peers can upload notes and study guides from their university classes and share them with others. NoteWagon pays these students for their contributions and also extracts a small fee from the ones that access the notes.
Students Turn Classroom Notes Into Cash With Social Site NoteWagon
University of Wisconsin-Stout: E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate Program.
E-Learning Certificate Program: E-Learning and Online Teaching …
The oft-discussed dilemma of whether to share your Facebook profile with your mom often overlooks an important factor: Does she want to share hers with you? A recent study suggests that about half of the time, the answer is no — at least not the whole profile. The survey, which was conducted by the publisher of publisher of Parenting and Babytalk magazines, found that 46% of mothers who responded don’t give their children full access to their profiles. This reluctance to overshare doesn’t necessarily stop them from friending their children, or even their children’s friends.
46% of Moms Don’t Let Their Children See Their Full Facebook Profile [STUDY]