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Adam Hildebrandt

Turn Your Cellphone Into a High-Powered Scientific Microscope | Wired Science | - 100 views

    Turn your cellphone into a high-powered scientific microscope:
sha towers

The 7 Best Free Remote Control Apps for the iPhone - 96 views

    variety of free iPhone apps for controlling all kinds of things including ppt type presentations
Debra Gottsleben

The Innovative Educator: 10 Proven Strategies to Break the Ban and Build Opportunities ... - 103 views

    Excellent article on using cell phones in class. Links to research, templates for lessons, letter etc. This is a much read!
Cindy Edwards

iPhone apps and iPad apps | Appolicious ™ App Directory - 118 views

shared by Cindy Edwards on 30 Oct 10 - Cached
    Directory of apps - think of it as a bookmarking site for apps
    An interesting way to search for apps.
Dallas McPheeters

ePublishers rush to mobile platforms... future trends survey results... - 21 views

    ePublishers are rushing to accommodate the new mobile platforms. Textbooks will arrive before we know it. Don't underestimate the seemingly low tide. It's a Tsunami.
Roland Gesthuizen

YouTube - Crabfu $5 iphone microscope mod - 35 views

    "how to adapt a tiny field microscope with an iPhone camera and iPad"
    Amazing technology hack, adapting a cheap microscope with an iPhone to create a scientific instrument :-)
Marc Patton

Audioboo - 151 views

    Could be a great class project to summarize daily/weekly/unit concepts in a quick podcast which can be posted to the class website. Get students involved in scripting and recording the summary!
    Who has used this successfully?
    We are a mobile & web platform that effortlessly allows you to record and share audio for your friends, family or the rest of the world to hear.
Dimitris Tzouris

The Lively Sketchbook - 51 views

    Using the iPhone/iPod Touch as a notebook
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