iPad archives

How to share video directly from your iPhone or iPad with Dropbox

Last week I mentioned an update to the online sharing service Box, allowing you to directly upload video and photos from your phone to a shared folder. It turns out you can do this with Dropbox as well–and since I … Read

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Stratepedia Picks for March 30, 2012

Aaron PDF Pals: This list of apps, reviewed and ranked by the editors of MacWorld, is worth looking at if you’re in the market for an app that will allow you to annotate PDF files on your iPad. BrowserQuest is … Read

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Boost iPad productivity with the new Box OneCloud app

Box, an entrant in the Dropbox-style file syncing and sharing game, on Wednesday introduced a pretty exciting new service and corresponding app for iOS devices. First, the app: Box has been available for iOS for awhile, but this update offers … Read

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On the road with Scrivener, Simplenote & iPad

Last week, my family spent four beautiful, mostly unplugged days in the bayou in Louisiana. Because I am the early riser in our family, I wanted to take advantage of that alone time while the boys were sleeping to make … Read

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Hands on with the Khan Academy iPad app

Khan Academy fans, fire up your App Stores: The online video tutorial powerhouse has released a native iPad app to give learners anytime, anywhere access to the thousands of lectures available on the site. In spite of my reservations of … Read

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Apple unveils 3rd generation of the iPad

Yesterday, Apple demonstrated the new iPad which will be available to purchase on March 16th (but you can pre-order now) with a price tag starting at $499. The new iPad boasts better cameras on the front and back, faster processor, … Read

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Access Flash-based content on your iPad with Rover

A colleague of mine recently told me about the Rover Internet browser for iPad. This free app allows users to access Flash-based Internet content and was created with the education community in mind. After you’ve downloaded the app, open it and begin … Read

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Experts weigh in on iBooks Textbooks

A number of experts in the publishing and education fields have had the opportunity to weigh in on Apple’s push to revolutionize the textbook (you can read my initial thoughts if you need to get caught up on the announcement). … Read

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First impressions of iBooks Textbooks and iBooks Author: What’s cool and what needs work

On Thursday, Apple unveiled a new initiative to overhaul how textbooks are created and used. With major textbook publishers on board, two new products were introduced: iBooks 2, an updated version of Apple’s ebook reader for the iPad, iPhone, and … Read

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KU professor writes about using iPads in his classroom

Last week The Chronicle of Higher Education featured an article by the University of Kansas’ very own, Doug Ward. Ward is an associate professor of journalism and the Budig Professor of Writing at KU. In his guest post, Ward describes the … Read

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