iBooks – access multimedia textbooks (and thousands of other books). Textbooks are owned by the purchaser and stored in their account – including free updates. Some textbooks are free, others available for purchase. If you have access to a Mac, use iBooks Author, another free app from Apple, to create your own multimedia textbook.
iTunes U – entire courses with syllabus, assignments, video, documents, apps, and books. Browse the available courses or create your own, all on the iPad.
Adobe Voice – free storytelling app for iPad. Use available images and icons or load your own, narrate your story, and share. It’s just that simple.
If you’ve been keeping up with the world of education and tech, you are probably aware that we have some new devices from two tech giants.
Well, we’re back to school, and I know many of you are still racing around trying to get back into the groove. Not only are you trying to get lessons planned and students reacclimatized to procedures, but you're also trying to get comfortable with the technology we use.
As we move into the end of the new fiscal year's first quarter, there are signs that the state’s economy is continuing to improve. We'll have a good idea after the next collection cycle if the trend toward improving collections will be sustained.
This article will probably shock you in that it does not contain one single graph, calculation or any other kind of number. However, it does relate directly to them.