Teachers often ask me about ways to mirror their iPad2 to their Whiteboard. There are a few ways to do this, One is Using Apple TV, a great tool but this can be a bit of a faff because you need to buy an extra cable. In some cases your classroom will have a VGA […]
I have been thinking about creating a set of iPad tutorials for a while now, Tonight I finally made my first one. A really simple how to locate apps tutorial. The first of many to come. Please leave a comment.
Working with Sandford Hill Primary as one of our RTC bases. We are getting the students to create Learning Journals of their term. Students will capture relevant media for the project using MacBooks, and Flip Cams.
Their journals will be composed primarily on Pages . The students have been using Macbook computers […]
Teachers who use iPad are always looking for simple ways to allow students to upload their work to a cloud drive with plenty of storage space.
Dav-Pocket is a surprisingly simple WebDAV server which allows you access to Google Docs. When using Pages, Keynote & Numbers
I had been having a few issues connecting to my gmail accounts using my ipad. I kept on getting an error message, saying that the ipad couldn’t connect to imap.gmail.com. After a quick call to the chaps at Apple support, I had my solution, and it was one […]
Demibooks Composer is a cracking little app that allows you create ebooks using a dag and drop interface. This app stands out from some other book creation apps because it allows you add video and audio, and create animations right there on the page.
The part that really makes Demibooks special is that you can […]
Artrage is a great app for iPad that provides a detailed set of artists tools such as different brushes, tubes of Oil/Acrylic, Pencil, Paint fills, Airbrush, pens etc. You can even change the texture of paper. Like all pro apps you can import images and manipulate them, even work in multiple layers. You can […]