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Reading and Marking Up PDF Texts for Teaching: Some Observations on Using iAnnotate

Today we have Dr. Mike Duvall of the English department as our guest blogger.  He is a blogger in his own right and this post was actually taken from his blog, Duveronymous Yawp. Originally posted: http://goo.gl/3eE5B Last fall semester, I experimented with using an iPad (courtesy of TLT @ CofC) to read and mark up some of […]

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Attention iPad users!

As an iPad user I am always looking for a good handwriting and note taking app and found one that I would recommend.  That app is Penultimate and here are just a few reasons why: As of last week, the app is now free! Syncs with my favorite productivity tool Evernote Ability to share a […]

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iPad in the Classroom – Dr. Kate Owens: Math

The following guest post by Dr. Kate Owens of the CofC Math Department is a preview of her informal presentation as part of the upcoming Faculty Roundtable on January 24th, 2013. The original post (and comments) can be found at her CofC Blog: http://blogs.cofc.edu/owensks/ Introduction Here at the College, one of the subgroups of the IT […]

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