Hello everybody, it is interview time again. Whilst last semester we where talking about blogging, this semester we focus on Kahoot and Instagram. We wanted to know what the students think about using those tools in class. In the following interview students tell us some of their impressions. Have fun and enjoy listening!
the Mine-Cast is back. Again, we have got some interviews for you and the topic is related to our last post about blogging in seminars.
We asked three students to give us their opinions about blogging at university and this is what they told us.
We hope you enjoyed listening and would like to have you in the next one.
today I wanted to address something hardware related. You may have heard that Apple has replaced its former mid tear iPad Air 2 with a new iPad, simply called “iPad”. Usually, we are used to new products becoming thinner, lighter and faster. This time, Apple opted for a new strategy. Sure, the new iPad got an A9 SoC that is already working in the iPhone 6s and iPhone SE. Many have already noticed that the new iPad has not reduced its overall size and weight. Instead it has become 1,5mm thicker and round about 40 grams heavier, which makes it more comparable to the 2013 released iPad Air 1. Generation. Furthermore, the tablet’s touchscreen is not glued to the display anymore which makes for a noticeable air gap between the glass and display.
So why has Apple made this stepdown in quality? Continue reading “Reducing barriers: About the new “iPad” 2017″