Announcing the first-ever monthly iPad magazine about education technology.
Edudemic was founded 18 months ago as a way to discuss, share, and try out the latest education technology. It is now a 200,000-strong community of teachers, education administrators, and technology buffs looking to learn about and try the next big thing.
Why An iPad Magazine?
It’s impossible to talk about education technology without mentioning the Apple iPad. At least half of the articles and discussions on Edudemic involve the iPad in some way. That’s why editors Jeff Dunn and Terry Heick as well as 6 authors created the first-ever monthly education technology iPad magazine.
Dubbed ‘Edudemic Magazine,’ this monthly publication will be available in the Apple App Store starting in January 2012. The first issue is appropriately all about the iPad’s role in education.
What Does It Cost?
The magazine operates on a pretty standard subscription model. The inaugural issue will be free to everyone forever. After that, it’s just $0.99 per issue. This small price actually makes the whole magazine possible. Each issue is jam-packed with content you won’t find anywhere else. From app guides to interactive features and in-classroom videos… you get a lot for a dollar.
How Can I Get It?
The Edudemic Magazine will be available in January 2012 in the Apple App Store. You can search for it, add it to your ‘newsstand’ or just click the button below:
Help Us Announce The Launch!
Want to play an integral part in the launch of the Edudemic Magazine? Just tell your friends about it by using the tweet button below. It’ll have a pre-written promo bit about how amazingly awesome the magazine is. Feel free to change it and thanks for your help!
We are always happy to work with sponsors willing to reach our highly-educated and engaged audience. If you think the Edudemic Magazine would help your organization, don’t hesitate to e-mail us at edudemic @ gmail.com.
Thank you so much for your support of Edudemic and we sincerely hope you enjoy the Edudemic Magazine. We’re working very hard on the UI, layout, and of course the original content you can expect in every issue. We’re very excited and hope you are too. Keep an eye on Edudemic for an announcement about when the first issue is available!
Jeff Dunn and Terry Heick