Virtual School Meanderings

December 20, 2012

Education Week Has Gone Mobile!

As Education Week regularly has K-12 online learning, as well as mobile learning, items, I wanted to share this news.

Education Week is now mobile!  View this message as a webpage.

Education Week
Dear Reader:Edweek.org is now mobile-friendly! That means when you access edweek.org using a smartphone, your experience will be much improved. You will be able to catch up on the latest education news anytime, anywhere.

Although using edweek.org mobile is pretty intuitive, here are a few things to know:

  • Edweek.org mobile will automatically accommodate any smartphone browser. Tablets will automatically redirect to the full desktop version of edweek.org. If you have a smaller tablet and would rather view the mobile version, just type mobile.edweek.org on your device’s browser.
  • Our mobile site uses the same content-access rules as the full desktop version, so login and a registration or subscription may be required to access all of our content.
  • The latest Education Week news, opinion, and jobs are easily accessible from the home page, and you can find content by topic when you tap on the “Menu” button in the top right navigation bar.
  • You can find publications like Digital Directions and Teacher via the navigation menus.
  • You can easily search content from the last 30 days. For expanded search capabilities you may need to use the full desktop site by clicking “View Full Site” at the bottom of any page.
  • Add a shortcut to your mobile home screen to quickly access edweek.org. First go to mobile.edweek.org. On your iPhone, tap the curved arrow “Send” icon, and then tap “Add to Home Screen”. On your Android device, open the “Bookmarks” page, long-press the bookmark for edweek.org mobile, and select “Add Shortcut to Home.”

Although edweek.org mobile reflects a lot of user input, it is still a work in progress. If you have feedback, please email us at webeditors@epe.org with your comments and suggestions.

Sincerely,
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Stefanie Hemmingson
Director, Audience Development

This message was intended for: mkbarbour@gmail.com. You are receiving this e-mail because you are currently registered on edweek.org or teachermagazine.org.

Editorial Projects in Education, Inc., 6935 Arlington Road, Suite 100, Bethesda, MD 20814. EPE is the publisher of Education Week, Digital Directions, Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook, edweek.org, teachermagazine.org, DigitalDirections.org and TopSchoolJobs.org. Copyright © 2012 Editorial Projects in Education.

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