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Configuring the Bluetooth keyboard: From the Home screen, choose Settings > General > Bluetooth and turn Bluetooth on. iPad searches for nearby Bluetooth accessories. Choose the Bluetooth accessory. Type the passcode displayed on the iPad on the keyboard and then return. Download the PDF … Continue reading
Fill out the following survey: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dE03TFFPcFJ3dHJVS082eXk5TXRNaGc6MQ Update Password - Settings -> Passcode Lock Configure email -Turn off notifications Create iTunes Account: If you don’t already have an iTunes account, you will need to do the following: – Attempt to buy a … Continue reading
As I began to investigate ipad apps for story writing to introduce to the faculty, I realized they fell into two groups. There are those that allow you to create your own story and use images, sound, and text in … Continue reading
At Collegiate School, we have entered year two of our iPad Project. In year one, we asked these two questions: “How can we use the iPad in a class with one teacher?” “How can we see using the iPad in … Continue reading
Over your next two classes, we’re going to be setting up your iPads for use in Mrs. Hansell’s Art and Religion course. We have some specific apps, links, and configuration steps you’ll need to take over the classes so your … Continue reading
Here is the study (in Media) completed by Reed College on the faculty and student response to using iPad’s an an exclusive platform for reading and annotating large pdf files.
10 weeks ago I wrote a post, “Paddling.” We had only just received our 8 ipads and I was experimenting with them. In the time since, our use has exploded. Teachers K-4, both homeroom and subjects, have been signing them … Continue reading
Looking for amazing iPad resources? Kathy Schrock, an amazing web content producer has done it again. Check out her iPad resource page here.
Fred Bartels posted this great video about the future of the eBook to our NYCIST listserv this morning: Theodore Gray–Wolfram Research A must listen for those interested in the future of the eBook. More on Touch Press’s apps are … Continue reading