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  • iOS Management = Confused

    iOS management is convoluted and confusing. Apple’s fan boy mantra, “it just works” is actually the antithesis of my experience. It isn’t all thorns in my side; there are some useful features Apple’s provided, especially i...
  • Institutional Apps With Limited Resources - What Are Your Options

    In higher education, we are constantly battling for state dollars. Budget cuts loom, and ultimately resources are scarce - especially for new initiatives and technologies. So what happens when your audience wants more than you are able to provide? Do w...
  • Reflection

    A new MacOS X application called "Reflection" enables educators to wirelessly project iOS screens as well as record (screencast) them.
  • NotesPlus

    Notes Plus is a note-taking tool that supports handwriting, typing and audio recording. It offers close-up writing mode for small text, shape auto-detection, palm handling, folder structure, PDF exporting, emailing, Google Docs uploading and more.
    The...
  • WritePad

    WritePad lets you take notes in your own handwriting with an iPad stylus or even your finger. The state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software will adapt and learn your style of writing. You can use simple gestures to select text, cut, copy, ...
  • Instapaper

    Instapaper is self-described as, “a simple tool to save web pages for reading later.” There, in a pithy statement, are both its pros and its cons.
    The good: Instapaper does what it claims to do and it does it quickly, simply, and cleanly. ...
  • Using Note Taker HD to Teach About Congenital Heart Disease: A Tutorial for the iPad

    I use Note Taker HD to teach congenital heart disease to resident and post-resident doctors. Congenital heart disease is a very complex topic for physicians and I think it is best taught using pictures. Understanding the anatomy of any particular lesio...
  • Note taking on iPad: Four apps reviewed

    Handwritten, typed, recorded – these are top ways we take notes. Which is the right way? In the iPad age, all three.
     
    These four apps make note-taking easy and multi-faceted for educators and students. Their strengths vary, but they suc...
  • Notes Plus: Note taking on iPad

    Handwritten notes seem archaic these days, but the Notes Plus app by Viet Tran breathes new life into the form. Of the note-taking apps we've reviewed, it is most optimal for scribbling down notes with a finger or an iPad-compatible stylus. The other...
  • Audiotorium: Note taking on iPad

    App Apps' lecture-friendly Audiotorium is ideal for students who definitely prefer typing and audio recording over handwriting, and doing the former with a little style. And if they're organized (ahem), the app's even more ideal. 
     
    In fa...