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John Evans

Too Many Magazines, Too Little Time? There's an App for That: Longform for iPad | PadGadget - 2 views

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    If you have stacks of magazines that you never find the time to read, or dropped subscriptions because you never read the magazine (and grew tired of being pestered to renew as soon as you subscribed), then Longform is for you. To use a potentially dated print mag metaphor, Longform is a digital Utne Reader. Longform.org's editors choose articles for the Longform feed. A reader can add additional subscriptions to a wide range of publications including the New Yorker, Esquire, Businessweek, and the Atlantic to customize her feed. To use a potentially dated print mag metaphor, Longform is a digital Utne Reader. Longform.org's editors choose articles for the Longform feed. A reader can add additional subscriptions to a wide range of publications including the New Yorker, Esquire, Businessweek, and the Atlantic to customize her feed."
Learning Today

Tell a Story in a Whole New Way! - 27 views

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    reading, sharing, story, digital, storytelling, ipod, app
John Evans

Enhanced Spookiness! Top 10 iPad Book Apps for Halloween | The Digital Media Diet - 6 views

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    "It's time for another Top 10 list and this time I'm doing something a little different. In honor of the upcoming holiday, I've selected some of my favorite book apps for iPad that are tailor made for Halloween reading. Unlike previous lists, most of these apps have not been fully reviewed on our site, so I've included a brief description and my overall star rating."
John Evans

Six Examples of iPad Integration in the 1:1 Classroom | Edutopia - 1 views

  • 6) Digital Literacy by Andy Marcinek (@AndyCinek on Twitter) Objective: Demonstrate what you have learned throughout this class. Consider the Google Zeitgeist 2011 video we watched prior to break. It should work as a demonstration of what you learned as opposed to a retelling of applications and ideas you learned. NOTE: I'm not looking for a PowerPoint presentation. Requirements: Creatively show what you have learned from the course. You may want to demonstrate how you will use these skills in the future. You may want to highlight one application or multiple applications that appeal to you. You may want to present on a specific subject such as Digital health and wellness, Digital identity, social media, privacy or creative commons. You may want to create something entirely new using the applications and ideas you gleaned from this course. You may want to create a movie trailer for this course. You may want to create a documentary about this course. Or, you may want to do something completely different. Grading: You will be graded on your ability to clearly demonstrate to an audience your learning over the past few weeks. I will be looking for the following items in your final work: Creativity Engagement Understanding Proficiency Presentation Participation (in class) Examples: Google Zeitgeist Video 2011 Educational Technology Course Projects from - Dr. Alec Couros Joe Sabia: The Technology of Storytelling Presentations and demonstrations will begin on January 11th and conclude on January 13th. STUDENT WORK LINK: http://youtu.be/FdEXijFXfD8
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    "At Burlington High School in Burlington, MA, we are entering our eighth month of a 1:1 iPad initiative that began in September 2011. Don't get me wrong, we think the iPad is a great device for learning and gives each of our students a dynamic learning tool that can be used across the content areas and to accomplish a variety of tasks. Many of the critics claim that we are backing our students into a corner by giving them one brand and one skill set to learn exclusively on one device. This is not the case at Burlington. Furthermore, I have support. "
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    A showcase of assignments used with iPads in a 1:1 program.
John Evans

Technology invades the classroom (infographic) - Digital Life - Digital Life | siliconrepublic.com - Ireland's Technology News Service - 1 views

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    "Ever wondered about the impact apps and devices like the iPad are having on the classroom in 2012. Many students this year will start their school year using tablet computers. A new infographic reveals that 1.5m iPads are being used in classrooms and that there are 20,000 education apps available. "
Bill Kuykendall

At Time Inc., a Leader to Help It Fit the New Digital Order - NYTimes.com - 4 views

  • It is easier to reverse-engineer a television property into a magazine — Oprah, ESPN and more recently the Food Network — than it is to grow a multimedia property out of a magazine.
  • “In the magazine world, they have been allowed to live with the illusion that it is the printed word that creates value,” he said. “But the value actually comes from the attention of the reader.
John Evans

2011 Christmas Book Apps - Our Top 10 + Bonus: Top 5 FREE | The Digital Media Diet - 9 views

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    "This holiday season I have been as busy as one of Santa's elves getting all the book apps with Christmas themes reviewed in time. In fact, I wish I had a few elves myself with so many great new titles being released. Our original top 25 has quickly become a top 50 …"
John Evans

Moving at the Speed of Creativity - Post an eBook from an iPad to Your Class Blog - 1 views

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    In this screencast, digital learning consultant Wesley Fryer demonstrates how to use the $4 iPad application "eBook Creator" to export an enhanced eBook (in ePub format) to the DropBox application, and then email a public link to the ePub to a Posterous blog so it will "post" as a publicly accessible link for anyone to download
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    "In this 3.5 minute screencast, digital learning consultant Wesley Fryer demonstrates how to use the $4 iPad application "eBook Creator" to export an enhanced eBook (in ePub format) to the DropBox application, and then email a public link to the ePub to a Posterous blog so it will "post" as a publicly accessible link for anyone to download. The following iPad apps are required to follow these steps:"
John Evans

Digital Storytelling/Content Creation iPad Apps - A Listly List - 7 views

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    "Kristen Paino"
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