Using Apple’s iPad to Maximize Your Effectiveness as a       Leader   Justin Baederwww.eduleadership.org
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wsuph001/2613804125/
iPad Can Help You Become• More mobile• More aware• More productive• More organized• More thorough…in order to impact stude...
Five iPad Productivity Functions•   Notetaking•   To-do management•   Reference•   Email•   CalendarBut…
If you NEED an iPadan iPad won’t solve your       problems.
Notetaking
Writeeverything  down.
iThoughtsHD
Evernote
Classroom Observations• Plaintext observation form template• External keyboard  or keyboard case• Email feedback
To-Do Management
OmniFocus
Workflow•   Limit number of “actionable” apps•   Send action items through these apps•   Batch whenever possible•   Decide...
Reference
Reference•   Safari/Web•   Saved PDFs & books in iBooks•   Personal database, e.g. Evernote•   Contacts
Email Workflow•   Monitor/filter/delete•   Respond in person OR•   Quick replies OR•   Mark as unread
Calendar
Calendar• Subscribe to online calendar (Google,  iCal)• Sync via Exchange• Sync via MobileMe• Alerts• Appointments in person
Living with iPad
Sync Scenarios• App-specific sync service  – Evernote  – OmniFocus• Cloud-based file sync  – DropBox  – JungleDisk• iTunes...
Working with Files•   Files live in apps•   Send via email•   Store/sync with DropBox•   Use iTunes sync only when necessary
DropBox        • 2 GB space for free        • Syncs with desktopDropBox iPad Interface      Dropbox
Choosing Apps• Reputation  – Reviews  – History  – Recommendations• Sync  – DropBox  – Custom sync servers• Data flow
What NOT To Handle on iPad• Complex MS Office documents• Number-crunching• Printing (yet)
Fun (and Useful) Stuff• Reading  – RSS: Reeder  – Saved articles: Instapaper  – PDFs: iBooks• Watching & listening  – Musi...
Bottom LineFocus on the work,  not the tools.But enjoy the tools.
Weekly email newsletter:http://www.eduleadership.orginfo@eduleadership.orgTwitter: @eduleadershipHandouts via email       ...
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  1. 1. Using Apple’s iPad to Maximize Your Effectiveness as a Leader Justin Baederwww.eduleadership.org
  2. 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wsuph001/2613804125/
  3. 3. iPad Can Help You Become• More mobile• More aware• More productive• More organized• More thorough…in order to impact student learning.
  4. 4. Five iPad Productivity Functions• Notetaking• To-do management• Reference• Email• CalendarBut…
  5. 5. If you NEED an iPadan iPad won’t solve your problems.
  6. 6. Notetaking
  7. 7. Writeeverything down.
  8. 8. iThoughtsHD
  9. 9. Evernote
  10. 10. Classroom Observations• Plaintext observation form template• External keyboard or keyboard case• Email feedback
  11. 11. To-Do Management
  12. 12. OmniFocus
  13. 13. Workflow• Limit number of “actionable” apps• Send action items through these apps• Batch whenever possible• Decide what NOT to do on iPad
  14. 14. Reference
  15. 15. Reference• Safari/Web• Saved PDFs & books in iBooks• Personal database, e.g. Evernote• Contacts
  16. 16. Email Workflow• Monitor/filter/delete• Respond in person OR• Quick replies OR• Mark as unread
  17. 17. Calendar
  18. 18. Calendar• Subscribe to online calendar (Google, iCal)• Sync via Exchange• Sync via MobileMe• Alerts• Appointments in person
  19. 19. Living with iPad
  20. 20. Sync Scenarios• App-specific sync service – Evernote – OmniFocus• Cloud-based file sync – DropBox – JungleDisk• iTunes (cable) sync – Music – Photos
  21. 21. Working with Files• Files live in apps• Send via email• Store/sync with DropBox• Use iTunes sync only when necessary
  22. 22. DropBox • 2 GB space for free • Syncs with desktopDropBox iPad Interface Dropbox
  23. 23. Choosing Apps• Reputation – Reviews – History – Recommendations• Sync – DropBox – Custom sync servers• Data flow
  24. 24. What NOT To Handle on iPad• Complex MS Office documents• Number-crunching• Printing (yet)
  25. 25. Fun (and Useful) Stuff• Reading – RSS: Reeder – Saved articles: Instapaper – PDFs: iBooks• Watching & listening – Music, YouTube, Netflix, Hulu Plus – Audible & podcasts• Web
  26. 26. Bottom LineFocus on the work, not the tools.But enjoy the tools.
  27. 27. Weekly email newsletter:http://www.eduleadership.orginfo@eduleadership.orgTwitter: @eduleadershipHandouts via email Kindle Store, or email for free PDF Stay In Touch
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