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Record a Screencast of your iPad/iPhone from your Mac for Free!

This is for all my Mac users running Yosemite (OS 10.10).  Here’s a handy tip that you may not know that allows you to record what you are doing on your iPad or iPhone to a movie that you can share with your students or others.   In the past we’ve been able to do […]

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Track Your Teams with Score Keeper by Learning Dojo

Score Keeper – What is it and how can I use it? Platform – iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad Price – free in the App Store (NOTE: this is listed as an iPhone app) Download – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/score-keeper-by-learning-dojo/id954956153?mt=8  Overview Using Team Based Learning or Gaming in your classroom?  Having a hard time easily keeping or resetting the score? Score […]

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Giving Thanks for Technology: November Faculty Showcase

At our November Faculty Showcase, we gave thanks for the many ways technology makes us more efficient, productive, and engaging instructors.  Special thanks to Kate Pfile, Mary Ann Hartshorn, and Gayle Goudy for sharing their experiences using instructional technologies.  In addition to learning about innovative teaching strategies, we also collected over 34 pounds of canned […]

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Collaborative Whiteboard

Are you looking for an easy to use, collaborative whiteboard app that works on all tablets, phones, AND computers? Check out AWW: a web whiteboard (https://awwapp.com). Recommended by Sarah Davis in Teacher Education (EHHP), it allows you and your students to collaborate through drawing.  Sarah used it to online tutor her niece in math.  It’s […]

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Guest Post: Using the iPad and AirSketch for In-class Activities and to Facilitate Discussions

Our guest blogger is Faye Hicks-Townes, a faculty member in Teacher Education. I was a participant in the Summer 2013 Summer FIT.  Initially I was overwhelmed with the sheer number of available apps. Although I must admit I was impressed with AirSketch when I first saw it.  I wasn’t certain how I would use it […]

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Product review: iPad Stylus

In my search for the perfect stylus I have tried  everything from a Dollar Store stylus to the $75.00 Jot Script.  Here is a list of Pros and Cons for 7 different stylus.  I used each of these on my iPad mini with a note taking app.  Click on the stylus name for an image […]

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App for creating presentations

Looking for an app to create a PowerPoint type presentation all on your iPad?   Then checkout Haiku Deck. Haiku Deck is the simple new way to create  presentations.  Sort, select, and import multiple images in one step from your iPad’s Camera Roll or Albums.  Automatic image attribution and sizing for Creative Commons and Getty Images […]

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Using YouTube Capture to Film and Share Videos

YouTube Capture is definitely a must have iPad app for teachers and students. This app is developed by Google and unlike the basic YouTube app, YouTube Capture allows users to record videos and upload them instantly and right from their iPad or iPhones and Instagram. Some of the fantastic features that distinguish YouTube Capture  is the […]

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August 2013 Newsletter

Download the full PDF of the August 2013 Newsletter: TLTNewsletterAug2013 Topics for this month include: New In OAKS for the Fall Semester – Google Integration for Students Classroom Enhancements for the Fall Customizing OAKS for the #Techgeneration Problem Based Learning And much more! Here is a quick preview (click to download full PDF):

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Combining the Wonder Twin Powers of GoodNotes and AirSketch

GoodNotes and AirSketch are iPad apps that allow you to draw and annotate but they both have different strengths and weaknesses.  Dr. Richard Nunan in Philosophy came up with a great idea to combine these two amazing apps.  For his class he wanted to create Venn diagrams that his students would then complete as a […]

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