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Guide to creating the perfect iPad for Educators

Guide to creating the perfect iPad for Educators

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  • Have browser up and sized for m.acu.eduHave iTunes open to iTunes U page
  • Remember all these are faster on a desktop. The advantage is MOBILITY – acceleraometer, location knowledge, touch interface/user interface design
  • 256M RAM600MHz processor Samsung ARM chip
  • Start at 1:30 and end by 5:00
  • Press F5 or enter presentation mode to view the poll
  • So what does that actually mean? Simply put, it means that you can use the application as a briefcase for your documents, images, videos to take with you wherever you happen to be in a secure manner. Then the really cool part, is you can share anything you want with anyone you want over any wireless network.An example being - I have a contract that I want a client to review and a series of proof of concept images plus the model release form. I am in their office, I open Air Sharing and then they simply access the files via their web browser or if on a mac, simply mount the phone as a server. And while they are in there, they decide to take a copy of my CV and client recommendations.
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  • 1. The iPhone for EducatorsTOUCH WHAT’S NOW
  • 2. iPhone
  • 3. iPhone Over 21 million sold so far  Three models: Edge, 3G and 3GS Plus 16,000,000 iTouch units
  • 4. iPhone as an Educational ToolInstitutional LevelInstructional LevelStudent Level
  • 5. Institutional Level
  • 6. Institutional Level ACU Abilene Christian University Tour iTunes U site iPhone program  News ,calendars, maps, texting updates  Automated attendance  Course documents and media  In-class “non-linear” learning Program planning interesting takes a village...
  • 7. Institutional Level ACU “Get connected “ Wordle word cloud mashup Happenings :  Stanford iStanford  Georgia Tech GT Login  MCCC mPark
  • 8. Instructional Level
  • 9. Pandora Pandora on desktop Pandora on the iPhone Illustrate db conceptswith the Music GenomeProject
  • 10. AirShare Networking Synchronization Web server Drag n drop into myNetwork Places
  • 11. Text Materials NY Times Kindle CourseSmart
  • 12. Resource Materials Brain Tutor 3D TCT Medical Abbreviations Speeches Language tools WeDict WebMD iSign
  • 13. OmniFocus Get Things Done (GTD)
  • 14. DropBox Backup Synchronization FTP
  • 15. Email Mobility Push – Exchange or Mobile Me Fetch Manual
  • 16. Student Level
  • 17. The New Graphing Calculator GraphCalc PI – 83 Quick Graph Pi Cubed
  • 18. Pi Cubed
  • 19. Speed Reader
  • 20. iFlipr 2.7 million flash cards Create custom decks Examples:  MCAT  GRE  A+ Certification  CCNA
  • 21. iHomeworkOrganization ofAssignmentsContact info forcourses
  • 22. iProRecorder Wireless file transfer more
  • 23. Jott Jott for iPhone v2 Voice-to-text conversion Use your voice to:  Send emails and texts to your iPhone contacts and Jott groups  Take notes, set reminders, and manage your lists  Post to Google Calendar, Twitter, Facebook, and more web services
  • 24. Other Goodies
  • 25. Google Mobile App
  • 26. Olive Tree
  • 27. Amazon Remembers…
  • 28. Build your own Apps iPhone developer University program university.html Free Encourages student/IT/faculty collaboration
  • 29. iPhone UI Good example to intrigue students with HTML and CSS Two main :  iUi  iWebKit
  • 30. Conclusions Value Add at  Institutional Level N= 1000  Instructional Level N = 25  Personal Level N = 1
  • 31. ContactKendall E. Martin, Ph. D.kmartin@mc3.eduMontgomery County Community CollegeBlue Bell . PA. 19422
  • 32. Digital storytelling