On you table is a handout—which of those subjects appeal to you? Others you have in mind?The joy of lifelong or informal learning is that we determine the learning goals.Now we have amazing online resources to forward those learning interests.Some of these are in print, some audio, some video.Some are short how-to tutorials, some are courses.About the 70’s—my dad would be reading Rodale Press at his desk to learn more about organic gardening. I was interviewed by a ND paper—woman on the street about books I read—I like “how to do it” Learn about, Learn to…Informal—we set our own learning goals
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Note it’s Naitonal Poetry Month in the US and Canada
The categories are interesting: they include higher ed and a category outside the academy. For example, there is a course about having a career in the theater.Has an app for Ipad and Iphone. And and app for reading books. When you download something from iTunes it is saved to the area called Library.Major university content: free lectures, virtual tours, video, and audio. Fifteen Minute History from U Austin looked very interesting. Begin by going to the iTunes store, the Itunes U tab is over on the top right. They items are listed under Courses or Collections.
Itunes U organizes content in several ways. Scrolling down the page, I saw a category called Featured Providers. One was the Library of Congress. Scrolling through those, I found this video series for a veterans’ history project.
People may know about Khan’s lessons for Math, Science, and Civics., but Smarthistory is quite an acquisition. Two historians discuss it in this less than call it “iconic” –Warhol painted it after her death. The video discussion is just over 3 minutes long.573 Videos 305 Essays Digital Art History Book: http://smarthistory.khanacademy.org/
Gizmodo—pick a lockScotch—eHow—buying, drinking, servingYouTube VideoChange a Bike Tire
How does an app differ from a website or browser extension?https://www.google.com/search?q=app+definition&oq=app+definition&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.2501j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
Place a jazz on film shot here.
Get a Google Account. This allows you to get a channel and create pllaylists. You can create a playlistland share it with others. There are also editing tools for audio and video—Permissions have to be granted for you to be able to edit someone else’s video.
Understand Football is under the sports categories.They also indicate which of books these tutorials come from.
Note the categories and types of deliveries
There’s an app to allow you to voice search with Google. You need to
Thank you. Also, don’t forget your library—they have ebooks.Also Chrome has an app section.
Search by How to + Your Topic
(How to watch football)
Tutorial: Topic (Tutorial: Take better photos with
Let Siri find it for you: “Siri, search how to grow
IS THERE AN APP FOR THAT?
Iphone and Droid:
Books on Desktop, Phone, Tablet: Kindle (Amazon), iBooks