iPads in Teaching and Learning
John Jones and Chuck Holbrook, Calhoun Community College
QuickOffice & CloudOn
- Office apps for iPad
- Web browser
- Flash enabled
- Notability / Bamboo Paper
- Plan out presentation ahead of time
- Can use transitions & various timing
- Jot Pro
ReviewOverall, I thought this session had some good apps, but none of them were new to me. I keep thinking that I’ll go to an iPad session and be “wowed” at the new apps that I didn’t know about – but that hasn’t happened. I guess it’s reassuring to know that I’m on par with the other presenters on different apps that can be used. It was also good to see that the presenters were having issues with AirServer as well – didn’t make me feel as bad that I had problems yesterday during my workshop. Overall, not a total waste, but definitely was for beginners more than advanced users.
Emerging Apps That Help Deliver Content and Promote Creative Collaboration
Christie Hughes and Joy Walters, Jackson College
- Google Drive
- Pearl Trees
ReviewUnfortunately, I’m already familiar with the tools that were being introduced in session. Since I know the tools and use (most of) them, I decided to leave the session before it ended. Great tools – just not for me.