March 30, 2012

Weekly iPad Resources and Suggestions from EdTechTeacher (3/19)
iPad In addition to this annotated list of apps and ideas, EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec and Beth Holland also maintain the iPad for ETT Diigo Group as well as The iPad As... page which groups apps and resources based on learning goals. Noteshelf This note taking app includes multiple pen and highlighter tools and functions much like a paper notebook. For $5.99, it offers a lot of organizational and editing tools. Additionally, Noteshelf exports notes as PDF or image files to either Evernote or Dropbox. Tags: ipad, apps, technology, notetaking iPad Insight | iPad blog for app reviews, news, tips,how-tos Another great source for learning about apps. Tags: ipad, apps, reviews Lantronix xPrintServer Wireless iOS Print Server for iPhone and iPad Printing "xPrintServer fills the gap between the productivity of iPads and iPhones and the inability to print from those devices to office networked printers." iTunesU This app gives you direct access to course content from schools and universities. Tags: iPad, apps, iTunesU Screenleap Through this Java Applet, it is now possible to share your screen with any computer or device. It could be incredibly useful for demonstrating a technique in a 1:1 setting. Tags: screensharing, web2.0, ipad, technology First look at Apple Configurator + Resources | Tech Recess This blog post gives a great overview of the new Apple Configurator. Tags: iPad, configurator, deployment, apple Free Technology for Teachers: Google Earth Gallery Now Available on iPads & Android Tablets The Google Earth app now includes additional functionality on iOS devices. This article from Richard Byrne gives links and an overview. Tags: ipad, apps, science, geography, GoogleEarth Free Technology for Teachers: Project 365 App Helps You Organize Your Photos Throughout the Year Richard Byrne explains the purpose of participating in Project 365 - an app for documenting media throughout the course of the year. Given his post, the app now makes more sense. Tags: ipad, apps, media