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  • Reflecting on iPhoto for iOS

    Reviewing iPhoto for iOS has proven to be a difficult task for me. The reason, though, is fairly simple. Essentially the iOS iPhoto app has a simple, easy-to-use interface, offers a comprehensive set of functions, and does a nice job, but it isn’...
  • So You Want iPads For Your School? Is that Enough?

    New devices promise to revolutionize education but they will have little impact unless their use is consistent with pedagogical approaches that address 21st century learning needs.
  • iPads in Medical School: The Student Perspective

    Over a year has passed since incoming medical students at UC Irvine were each given a white coat and an iPad. In that time, students have integrated the iPad as their primary device in the lecture hall, hospital wards, and sometimes even for a bit of f...
  • iPonder the iPad: Campus Considerations for Implementing the Use of the iPad

    The fast and extremely versatile use of iPads and their thousands of apps has opened educational opportunities for many. On some university campuses the iPad has also raised misunderstandings in how these devices might be used for teaching and learning...
  • GradeBook Pro

    GradeBook Pro is an app for the iPad that allows you to import a class list, take attendance, add projects and grades and export the material to your laptop as a .csv file.  The thing that makes GradeBook Pro stand out for me is the ability to tak...
  • 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...
  • Notability: Note taking on iPad

    Notability - let's consider the word for a moment. OK. It's a fun word, just like the Ginger Labs app of the same name we're talking about in this very review.
     
    We'll call this app perfect for creating a multimedia diary or creating a rough d...
  • SoundNote: Note taking on iPad

    Developed by David Estes, SoundNote is the simplest of the four note taking apps we're discussing in today's roundup. It's such simplicity that makes it less conducive to distracted writing, or time spent fiddling with fonts, page layout or handwriti...