These are my notes from a session on iPad apps presented by SOITA over H.323 video. (I got to this session late and couldn’t say the entire time, but learned some new things. MY THOUGHTS AND COMMENTS ARE IN ALL CAPS.
The Elements: A Visual Exploration is a great multimedia periodic table
- MY THOUGHT: I CONSISTENTLY SEE THIS APP DEMOED BY APPLE FOLKS, IT DEFINITELY IS ENTRALLING / AMAZING
eClicker Host is $10 app that turns your iOS device into a clicker response system
- students can download and use the free eClicker app to answer questions
- alternatively students can use any web browser to respond
Audionote ($5 – a free lite version is also available)
- Like Live Scribe Pulse Pen which has a camera and mic to record everything that you write down (but the pen is $125, got to buy the notebooks
- does the same thing that Live Scribe Pulse Pen but for $3
Frog Dissection app ($4)
Google Earth (free)
- way you interact with the Google Earth on an iPad is much more natural
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On this day..
- Books on My Wish List Thanks to Bob Sprankle - 2012
- 12 Graphics to Illustrate Mapping Media to the Curriculum - 2012
- The phrase "CIPA compliant content" can be misleading - 2011
- Transformative Personal Connections in a Hyperconnected World #blackfootETC - 2011
- From 671 trains in a day to six: Transformations in travel and learning - 2010
- Show your remaining battery percentage on your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, etc) - 2010
- Painful signs of media convergence in my hometown - 2009
- Decking a house - Sharing with a VoiceThread and a JayCut video - 2008
- Maintaining perspective and changing the world - 2007
- Featured speaker at Oklahoma Encyclo-Media - 2007