Archive for September, 2010


Application: Inkling What it is: Inkling is a new textbook platform for the iPad.  It transforms paper based textbooks int engaging, interactive, collaborative learning experiences.  My favorite feature of Inkling: the ability to purchase by chapter or whole book.  Most of us remember those classes where we purchased a $400 book only to crack it […]

Whiteboard HD

Application: Whiteboard HD What it is: Whiteboard HD is an application that mimics the experience of writing on a whiteboard.  It can also be used to create flowcharts and drawings.  Drawing objects include curved lines, straight lines, shapes, and free hand draw.  The drawing tools are accurate and you can import images and diagrams directly […]

Slide By Slide

Application: Slide By Slide What it is: Slide by Slide is an application that lets students search and view presentations from  In landscape mode students can view the presentation ad and distraction free.  In portrait mode, students will see the description along with the presentation.  Students can easily access the history of slide shows […]

Piano Music Scores: Master’s Collection

**Full disclosure: I received a promo code from the developer to provide feedback on this app. Application: Piano Music Scores: Master’s Collection What it is: Piano Music Scores: Master’s Collection is a music score reader with excellent additional features.  In addition to more than 3,000 piano music scores (20,000+ pages) you will find detailed composer […]

Junaio: Augmented Reality

Application: Junaio What it is: Junaio is an augmented reality browser application for the iPhone, currently the iPhone is the only available device but I suspect that with the addition of the camera in the iPodTouch, the app may soon be available for it as well.  First a definition for those of you unfamiliar with […]

Apple Does it Right

Cross Post from Dreams of Education From Flickr: I just finished reading and commenting on “Why I’d Rather Have a ‘Limited’ iPod/iPad in My Classroom Than a Netbook” over at Mr. Keenan’s blog, Mobile Devices in Education.  The past few posts on Dreams of Education have been about making school a place where students […]

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