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9 Surprising Ways Schools Are Using iPads Around The World - 17 views

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    "This year, the iPad is still going strong and schools are continuing to innovate new ways to use the tablets in class and around campus. Here we share just a few of the coolest ways iPads are making waves in higher ed this year, from helping teams play better to ensuring students never forget their notes."
John Evans

Two World War II reference apps for the iPad Review | Macworld - 1 views

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    "I've recently spent some time with a pair of apps-World War II Interactive and Timeline World War 2-that take the same information about the war that I pored over decades ago and present it in an eye-popping new fashion. Both apps are worthwhile downloads for history buffs, particularly students, but one of them in particular does a standout job of putting its own stamp on the story of the conflict. "
John Evans

Inside the World of Dinosaurs: Absolutely No Expenses Spared | iPad.AppStorm - 6 views

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    "Inside the World of Dinosaurs™ is the most comprehensive interactive dinosaur encyclopedia on the iPad. The app contains over 60 fully animated and interactive photo realistic dinosaurs and magical narration by world-famous UK actor, comedian, writer and host of BBC's QI, Stephen Fry."
John Evans

IPad helps Apple succeed in business world - 0 views

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    "Bloomberg IPad helps Apple succeed in business world"
John Evans

Best Free iPad App of the Week: The Economist's The World in 2012 Editor's Highlights -... - 10 views

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    "This app offers selected articles from "The World in 2012". It also includes video and specially curated snapshots of people, events, landmarks and data to watch in 2012. In short, it provides a concise tour of the future."
John Evans

The Sixth-Grade App Maker Heard Around the World | MindShift - 2 views

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    "Sixth-grader Thomas Suarez has taken the Web by storm the last couple of weeks. The YouTube video of his TEDx talk in Manhattan Beach, Calif., has more than 445,000 views. Check out how he amazed the crowd by talking about how he created two apps: Bustin Jieber, a Whac-a-Mole for Justin Bieber and Earth Fortune, which shows different colors of the Earth based on the region's fortune."
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