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"This year, the iPad is still going strong and schools are continuing to innovate new ways to use the tablets in class and around campus. Here we share just a few of the coolest ways iPads are making waves in higher ed this year, from helping teams play better to ensuring students never forget their notes."
Via John Evans, mrsjgarcia
Paul Hamilton lists the top apps for students who struggle with text. Just 13 more ways to level the playing field!
> Paperport: Note-taking app with audio and voice recognition
> Text Grabber: Turn hard copy to readable PDF
> Cloudon: Do equations and other math on the iPad
> Type on PDF: Complete tests on the iPad; import PDF's form Dropbox
> Abilipad: Word prediction with TTS
> Nebulous Notes: Text editor; integrates with DropBox
> AudioNote: Combine typed and handwritten notes with built in mic to record voice.
> Dragon Dictation: Easy to use voice recognition; use "Speak Selection" to read dictated work.
> vBookz PDF Voice Reader: TTS for reading PDF files
> GoodReader: Offers TTS for text files; works with DropBox
> Idea Sketch: Create mind map and turn it into an outline.
> Book Creator: Create and share multimedia projects on the iPad
> Side by Side: Split iPad screen into up to customizable "windows"
Via Kathleen McClaskey, Jim Harmon