This podcast is an interview with Kevin Helmer, iPad artist and digital road warrior, at the Celebrate Texas Voices digital storytelling workshop in Lubbock, Texas, on April 19, 2011. Kevin discusses four different “capacitive” stylus pens he uses with his iPad and their relative merits. He also discusses several apps he’s used and likes for annotated note taking on the iPad. Check the podcast shownotes for product links.
- Follow Kevin Helmer on Twitter: @00keven
- The Curve of the Earth (Kevin’s blog)
- Kevin Helmer on Celebrate Texas Voices
- Targus Stylus
- Pogo Stylus
- Nomad Brush
- Goodreader for iPad
- iAnnotate PDF
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- Closing Session Recommendations & Learning Points: 2012 Oklahoma Digital Learning Summit - 2012
- Conversations about Quality Content in Online / Blended Learning Contexts: 20 April 2012 - 2012
- Conversations about Quality Content in Online / Blended Learning Contexts: 19 April 2012 - 2012
- Spectacular Scenes of Controlled Burning on the Kansas Prairie - 2011
- Super Digital Stories from Celebrate Texas Voices in Lubbock - 2011
- Mandatory Reading for School Reformers and Transformers: Alvin Toffler's 2007 Interview in EduTopia - 2010
- Do District IT Staff Spout FUD at Macs, Linux, or BYOT Proposals? - 2010
- ODLA 2010 Spring Conference Program Available - 2010
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