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Baxter Tocher

Essential Guide to Using Instagram Filters - 9 views

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    Guide showing the best type of image for each filter.
John Evans

Tutorial: How to use iMovie on the iPad | jeadigitalmedia.org - 5 views

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    "Editing video on the go with the iPad and iMovie is pretty simple. Below I've grabbed three different free tutorials from Youtube that show you how to use the app. While the tutorials can give you a good of how to use the app, they are free so there are some limitations. If you are looking for really good, thorough tutorials on everything from iMovie to WordPress, I'd recommend subscribing to Lynda.com. These are a good starting point for you though if you've never seen iMovie on the iPad."
Raul Babolea

Batch Apple ID Creator | Enterprise iOS - 12 views

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    Apps script to batch create iTunes Accounts.
Dean Mantz

The History 2.0 Classroom - 8 views

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    This blog post does a nice job of providing insight and tips on how to use the "Subtext" app. 
Allanah King

Aurasma - YouTube - 3 views

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    How to make an aura with Aurasma
Allanah King

A Lesson at the Zoo: Enhancing Field Trips with iPads « EdApps.ca - 4 views

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    Really good tutorial on iMovie and what you can do before going on a field trip
Wanda Terral

Learn Xcode 4 Tutorial iOS iPad iPhone - YouTube - 2 views

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    Playlist of YouTube Videos for learning Xcode 4.2
John Evans

Lookout iMovie, Avid Studio App For The iPad Is Here [Video Review + Tutorial] | iPad i... - 9 views

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    "After only a day of use, I'm very impressed. Not only is it easy to use, but it offers a lot of features and customization that iMovie doesn't.

    From picture-inpicure, to three layers of audio, Avid Studio is a really nice video editing app."
Mu He

The top 10 reasons your mobile learning strategy will fail - 7 views

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    "[The iPad] it's the first device that actually is a reflection of me - or us. It's so revolutionary that it's no longer about me adapting myself to somebody else's set of programmings or the way in which a device is going to engage. It is the reverse. It is as though I'm looking in a mirror."
    I love this description because it encapsulates what should be the crux of any mobile learning strategy. That is, recognizing that mobile content delivery should be fully controlled by the learner. In other words, what content the learner wants; where and when they want it; and how they want it delivered - with no constraints.
Mu He

Create a Mobile App for your Class Today! - 6 views

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    One of the big buzz words I hear at conferences is that everyone wants to create a "mobile app". There is something special about seeing the tiny little square on your mobile device and knowing that you created it. More importantly, mobile apps and resources increase students interaction with coursework and can help them ultimately learn the material better.
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