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Fred Delventhal

Wirelessedtech | Wireless Education Conference - 8 views

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    "Join us as we explore mobile learning at Wireless EdTech 2011 on October 20-21 in Washington, DC, at the Capital Hilton. The conference is designed to break through existing barriers and coordinate across a diverse group of stakeholders including leaders in business, K-12, higher education and government. It is the first conference to focus on major issues in research, practice and policy that must be resolved to realize the full potential of mobile broadband for learning. For more information, please visit the Overview page."
John Evans

Apps in Education: Early Childhood Education and the iPad - 5 views

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    "I was fortunate enough last weekend to receive an invitation to the Sydney Catholic Schools Early Years Conference. I was interested because the Conference was centred around creating a clear and coherent vision around Early Years pedagogy. I was also intrigued to see how the iPad fitted in with this vision. "
Tony Vincent

Mobile Learning Experience 2011 - 11 views

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    mobile2011 conference in Phoenix, Arizona April 6-8, 2011
John Evans

iPadU: Slide to Unlock Learning - 1 views

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    "On July 11 and 12, 2013, Grant Wood AEA will be hosting a conference to celebrate and expand upon innovative classroom integration strategies for the iPad. Join us for two days for workshops that will guarantee exciting, hands-on learning experiences that you can use to enhance teaching and learning in a K-12 classroom."
Warren Buckleitner

Save the Date: Dust or Magic AppCamp, May 2-4, 2010 - 6 views

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    Here are some links about our upcoming AppCamp; an idea that was spun out of the last Dust or Magic meeting in anticipation of the flood of touch/motion related hardware. Feel free to call or email me directly if you have any questions or ideas; I'm still forming the agenda. About: It is time to explore the iPad's potential for children. The Inaugural Dust or Magic Children's App Design Institute is a three-day review of the best (magic) and worst (dust) children's media for handheld devices. We'll critique the state of the art, brainstorm possibilities and test a lot of hardware and apps. Speakers: The list is growing as the event develops (this is a first). The idea is to bring together a small ( (105 miles from San Francisco on the tip of the Monterey Peninsula. Cost: $1380 for one seat, $990 for 2-5, plus housing ($130/night). Group size is limited to 60. There will be a free, public AppFest on Sunday and a larger TED-like event in the Chapel. UPENN graduate credit is available; students are welcome to attend the Sunday lecture at no cost pending seating. To Register: 800-993-9499 (9-2:30 PM EST), online Please note that space is limited to 60. Seats remaining as of March 6: 39 I appreciate any help marketing this to the right people; and call me with your ideas. W -- Warren Buckleitner, Ph.D
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    I just updated the page with some new speakers.
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    I would give my eye teeth to attend this... cost is an issue right now. Sounds amazing! If you need ideas on where to spread the word, let me know. I'll send this out to the Apple Distinguished Educator list for sure.
Peggy George

Twalkin = Twitter + Talking-iPhone/Twitter app - 11 views

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    * Have a private chat with your closest friends * Make a big announcement while your team or fans listen * Hold a conference call with a select few speakers To get started, all you need is a phone (landline, mobile, Skype, etc) and a free account with Twitter. Twalkin is an absolutely free service. Can even schedule your talks in advance-great potential for podcasts and webcasts.
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    An incredible new tool--iphone app just went live on Dec. 9, 2009. Fantastic potential!
Adam Mills

A look at the iPhone 3G S, a new MacBook Pro and Snow Leopard - 0 views

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    A peek at the features that made it to the new iPhone 3G S, plus some of the lesser known announcements that came today at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference.
Adam Mills

WWDC 2009 could bring huge iPhone announcements, 3G S confirmed - 0 views

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    This is a frequently updated article tracking announcements at Apple's Worldwide Web Developer's Conference this week in San Francisco. One big unveiling has already taken place, will there be more?
Kathleen N

RoamBi - Your Data, iPhone-Style - 0 views

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    This is an outstanding app. The interface is gorgeous. Upload your own data via the website for free. Tried it with my gradebook and cardex view, fast & easy. Will conference with students today so they can view grades quickly!
Peggy George

Skype for iPhone: It's official | Webware - CNET - 0 views

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    Months after teasing us at CES with an announcement of Skype's native VoIP client for the iPhone, the free Skype for iPhone will finally be available to download from the iTunes App Store sometime on Tuesday. Calls on Skype for iPhone work only if you're in range of a Wi-Fi network, so your call quality will in part be at the mercy and strength of wireless networks nearby--calls will not work over the cell phone network on the iPhone (but chatting will.) Another imperfect, but still neat, feature is the ability to accept incoming conference calls. While you won't be able to initiate a call, we're told, you will be able to jump on one if a buddy invites you in.
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    a little more detail about the new iPhone app for Skype coming out this week. Sounds very interesting!!
John Evans

Apps in Education: Apps for Handwritten Notes - 10 views

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    "How many times have you been in a meeting or a conference and just wanted to jot down an ideas or sketch. You don't want to become totally distracted by typing reams but you do want to record it so it doesn't get lost. The following apps allow you to do just that. You can write with your finger or use a stylus if that is more comfortable. These apps will let you record, organise and then share these musings. Great for your classroom or students as well. "
John Evans

iPad in the Enterprise: A Videoconferencing Dream Machine? | PCWorld Business Center - 3 views

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    "Three IT workers with iPads gathered around a whiteboard in a conference room in Boston to figure out how to improve a long-standing technical service- and running into more questions than answers."
John Evans

Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Why Every Teacher Should Become an App Creator by Chris Thompson - 6 views

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    "These are my notes from Chris Thompson's breakout session, "Why Every Teacher Should Become an App Creator" at the 2012 Mobile Learning Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, on April 11, 2012."
John Evans

Lego fans, grab your iPad… there is a free instruction source for things to build | iGo With My iPad - 8 views

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    "Until recently, we have always had a big bowl of Legos on the conference room table. They are great to 'toy' with when waiting for folks to gather rather than have our noses buried in our mobile device screens. There are folks that can look at a pile of Legos and see a fire engine waiting to be built. There is the rest of us that see a lot of fun lockable color blocks."
John Evans

Chrome for iOS review: syncing is great, but still just an iOS WebKit wrapper | Ars Technica - 0 views

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    "A version of Google's Chrome browser has finally come to iOS devices. The company made its announcement on Thursday as part of its annual Google I/O conference in San Francisco, with Chrome becoming available on the App Store for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch users just hours after the announcement. But while Chrome fans will be pleased with the app's ability to sync tabs between their computers, Android devices, and now iOS devices, they will likely also be disappointed in the fact that Chrome's back-end is exactly the same as Mobile Safari's. That's right: Chrome for iOS is based on the iOS WebKit, and as such, performance won't be much different than what Apple already offers-in fact, it's slower."
John Evans

Getting started with Google Docs for iOS | How To - CNET - 15 views

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    "Google announced at its annual developer conference Thursday that it's bringing Google Drive to iOS devices. Google Drive was released soon after the announcement. It's a free and universal app, designed for both the iPhone and iPad."
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