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A Series of iPad App Reviews/Recommendations from ProfHacker

November 10th, 2011 Comments off

The ProfHacker column from the Chronicle of Higher Ed is one of my favorites. Here are a few links from recent posts having to do with iPads, apps, and annotating.  I’m going to try out UPAD, according to the recommendations in this first link. I’ll let you know how it goes.

App Reviews from ProfHacker

iAnnotate App Review from ProfHacker

 

Air Sketch

February 17th, 2011 6 comments

Air Sketch turns the iPad into a wireless whiteboard so that you can mark up PDFs (such as Keynote or PowerPoint presentations saved as PDFs) while projecting onto the screen in a multimedia room. This can also be used as a whiteboard from within Wimba Live Classroom, which is very handy for those of you trying to conduct online office hours and needing to sketch something out or work out an equation. See an explanation of how this works in upcoming blog post.

http://appshopper.com/business/air-sketch

–Rebecca Johnson