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