Allison Crow’s presentation: Involved Learning: Using Push and Pull Visual Thinking Methods with the iPad | E-Learning Council
One of the highest rated speakers from E-Learning Symposium 2011 Austin, Allison Crow has graciously shared her presentation Involved Learning: Using Push and Pull Visual Thinking Methods with the iPad.
paper.li – the blog: Paper.li Optimized for Smartphones
Paper.li is now optimized for iPhones, iPods and Android phones. Browse your favorite Paper.lis with your smartphone and experience a completely redesigned interface! (Reading this post with your Smartphone? Check this Paper.li to view the difference)
5 Tips That Make Your Meetings iPad-Friendly | Fast Company
The pen and paper are losing their dominance in boardrooms across North America. Instead, workers are meeting with iPads in tow. While the laptop is often considered to be an intrusive device on the table, since the mere opening of the screen partially blocks its owner, Apple’s slick tablet is a much more welcome face. With more than 25 million iPads already sold, this trend is bound to continue.
New app lets you Facebook at work in an Excel spreadsheet – Apps
People using Facebook in work is a huge problem for employers and some go as far as banning it completely for all their employees in a fruitless bid to increase productivity. Well a new app from Diesel is seeking to solve that problem and allow you to access Facebook all day long without anybody being the wiser that you are social networking instead of working on tiresome documents.
Classroom 2.0 Live June 2011
Haiku LMS | The K12 learning management system |
The simplest way to bring the web to your classroom
…and your classroom to the web
FindHow – The How-To Search Engine
How-Tos from names you trust
You can edit Web pages and printed documents. It has all the capabilities you need and can replace expensive and troublesome desktop Web editors.
dougpete | Addictomatic
Instantly create a custom page with the latest buzz
Comments4Kids: Add Your Name to the Participant List
Bringing Authenticity to Blogging
Top 100 apps – the definitive guide
To help you sort the gold from the dross, we have created a list of the best 100 apps to enhance the life of the modern phone, iPod touch or tablet user. We brought together a panel of five experts from around the country – researchers, developers, editors and commentators – all of whom are not only in the business, but use apps every day. They’ve each listed their five personal favourites, and helped select the remaining 75.
courteous.ly: publish your email load
It’s relative to you. If you normally have 40,000 unread messages in your inbox, what’s 50 more? But if you usually have nothing in your inbox, then 50 unread messages is a big deal. courteous.ly keeps a log of how many messages it sees to get a feel for what’s normal for you. That’s why the service takes a few hours to warm up: it needs to understand your patterns.
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