EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec and Beth Holland maintain a Diigo Group full of iPad resources. The list below represents their finds for the week of February 5, 2012. This week’s list features some of the apps discussed during their iPads in the Classroom and Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers webinars.
Smashwords — Ebooks from independent authors and publishers
This site helps to publish, disseminate, and market ePubs.
WolframAlpha is an alternative search engine that is based on providing computational results. Now, there is an app.
This free app lets you create notebooks that incorporate audio, drawings, type, and images.Its goal is to mimic a paper desk and become a notebook replacement.
Soapbox (Social Presentations)
Integrate twitter chat into a presentation run on the iPad.
This free flash card app has some great resources and even integrates with sets created using Quizlet.
Not only does this flash card app integrate with Quizlet, but it also does foreign language pronunciation.
Metrodigi :: The Leader in eBook Conversion & Mobile Apps
Much like Inkling, this site provides access to eBooks and converts publications to eBooks.
Google Apps for the iPad
A great web site devoted to using Google Apps on an iPad.