From Adobe, the 2011 Educators’ Choice Awards.
"The 2011 Educators’ Choice Awards will recognize and reward Adobe Education Exchange members who submit the most innovative teaching and learning materials. Your fellow members will choose the winners of the Awards by rating one another’s work, so impress your colleagues and compete for valuable prizes by submitting your best projects, lesson plans, curricula, and tutorials."
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NASA is always a good source for incredible images. Now – there’s an app for that. NASA Visualization Explorer is just in its infancy and yet it caught my fancy today. The same type of high end and interesting images that you would expect along with stories and behind the scenes information make this a really interesting application to get your hands on.
Right now, there are seven collections on my iPad.
- Towers in the Tempest
- Meet NASA’s Earth-Observing Fleet
- Marine Deserts on the Move
- Carbon Catch and Release
- Base Camp: West Antarctica
- India’s Disappearing Water
- Artificial World Captures Reality
I can’t wait for more to be released.
iPad music software « ~ Mark’s Musings ~
This year I will be taking some time to explore music applications with the iPad. Some of the things on my explore list are:
62 Interesting Ways* to use an iPad in the Classroom
62 Interesting Ways to use an iPad in the Classroom
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6 Helpful Calculus Apps for iPhone & iPad
Calculus can be challenging to master if math is not your cup of tea. It is not a difficult subject but is a step up from regular math you learn before college. Mastering Calculus does not have to be hard though. There are plenty of guides and tools that can help you learn concepts in Calculus more effectively. There 6 calculus applications for iPhone and iPad are just some of the options available to Calculus students:
Mapping the global infrastructure
Instructions for QR Code Book Report – BMS Room 18
Click on the document below to pull up the Word document with links. This document is exactly like the handout in class, except you can click on the links in the document!
Google Plus cheatsheet
The Complete Google+ Cheatsheet – Infographic | TechnoStreak
In this infographic I have tried to bring the Tricks and tips that every google+ (plus) user must be aware of.This would be simple and easy to understand.Almost all basic trics and functions have been listed.
Compromised Twitter accounts spam out money-making adverts | Naked Security
Compromised Twitter accounts are once again being used by criminals to spam out adverts to unsuspecting users.
In the latest attack, Direct Messages (DMs) have been sent between Twitter users promoting a “make money fast” website.
Adobe introduces Edge 1.0, the HTML 5 tool with an eye towards open improvements | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog
How to take incredible photos with your phone
We recently discovered that the iPhone has become the most commonly used camera among Flickr users. Of course, there are photography purists who will say that taking a photo with your phone isn’t the same as using a sophisticated SLR camera, but the results speak for themselves.
The Innovative Educator: Turn Your iPad or iTouch into a Document Camera
I just LOVE saving people and schools money and here’s another way to do it. If you have an access to an iPad or iTouch you also have a document camera you can use in your classroom. Simply connect the device to the projector and balance it on something in camera mode, then wah-la! A document camera. You don’t need any fancy or extra equipment. So simple and so cool.
BYOT schemes on the rise: Report – Stuart Driver, enterprise, Citrix, BYOT, BYO Index – CIO
Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) schemes are on the rise, as a recent survey reveals 90 per cent of Australian CIOs are mindful their employees are using personally-owned devices in the workplace.
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