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iPad User Experience Guidelines | UX Magazine

iPad User Experience Guidelines | UX Magazine | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
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UX and Apple iPad--I wish I had seen this months ago as I was completing a usability study on the iPad and other tablets.

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10 Great Tips on Using iPad Offline ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

10 Great Tips on Using iPad Offline ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it

"Whenever we talk about iPad here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning we take connectivity for granted . But there are times when this connectivity is lost or when WiFi is not picked up or when

you are in the woods with no cellular service, in cases such as these, does your iPad have any value any more ? Jeff Dummhas the answer for this. He had diligently worked on the graphic below to share with us what we can do with our iPads when there is no connectivity. The ideas he touched on are really interesting but for an educational context I would add a bunch of other tips including :"


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Kelsey Gazarek's curator insight, May 9, 2013 11:27 AM

  You could use a voice recording app to record a clip to share with your students, use camera to take pictures for classroom projects, take videos to share with students, always make sure you have a set of downloaded PDFs or eBooks to read when there is no connectivity, write and save memos, and write a blog post for your class and save it till you are plugged and share it on your classroom blog for your students to use.

 

Being able to use technology for these items listed abovewould be a great idea because they are very useful.This would be easier for students and teachers and a good way to learn more about technology.

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App To Have for Mac: CrazyTalk7 - Reallusion Inc. → Now in the Top 300 Video Apps for Mac!

App To Have for Mac: CrazyTalk7 - Reallusion Inc. → Now in the Top 300 Video Apps for Mac! | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
CrazyTalk7 - Reallusion Inc. → Now in the Top 300 Video Apps for Mac! http://t.co/MA4HNETdxy

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, May 3, 2013 1:48 PM

★★★CrazyTalk7 has been chosen as "Macworld BEST of SHOW 2013" from Macworld/iWorld 2013!!★★★
★★★CrazyTalk7 has been selected as "Mac App Store BEST of 2012!"★★★

CrazyTalk7 is the most popular facial animation tool that uses sound and text to vividly animate facial images. With this groundbreaking Auto Motion technology, you just need to import images, specify the facial feature points and record your own voice to automatically generate lip-syncs to create 3D life-like, talking videos.

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84 Apps for Creating in the Common Core Classroom.

84 Apps for Creating in the Common Core Classroom. | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
Get recommended app lists, webcasts and resources selected by Apple Distinguished Educators. Our recommended apps have been tested in a variety of different grade levels, instructional strategies and classroom settings.

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Jon Jones's curator insight, July 15, 2013 7:57 AM

With the Common Core Standards being added to the curriculum, here are some apps to help in the classroom.

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HTML5: An Essential Weapon for SEOs

HTML5: An Essential Weapon for SEOs | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it

SEOs rely on traditional HTML optimization as a standard tool in their fight to improve search rankings. Just as the bayonet has evolved since the 17th century, HTML is set to receive a major upgrade in the form of HTML5. The update contains a collection of new tags and APIs.


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Battle Between HTML5 Vs. Native Apps - Business Insider

Battle Between HTML5 Vs. Native Apps - Business Insider | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
An HTML5 app is housed on the Web and runs inside a mobile browser. Unlike apps built specifically for Apple devices or Google's Android operating system, it does not need to be built from scratch for each OS.
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HTML5's Latest Conquest: Runescape 3 - Forbes

HTML5's Latest Conquest: Runescape 3 - Forbes | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
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The belief is that HTML5 simply offers capabilities for gaming that more traditional platforms like Java can't.
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Story Creator - Create Your Own Narrated Picture Books on Your iPad

Story Creator - Create Your Own Narrated Picture Books on Your iPad | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
Last week I attended one of Kathy Schrock's excellent presentations about teaching with iPads. I quickly filled up five pages in a Penultimate notebook while listening to Kathy. One of the apps tha...

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This is awesome! I can't wait to make one!

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Lin Knappett's curator insight, May 5, 2013 8:29 AM

Sharing capabilities are somewhat limited:hope they change that!

Ness Crouch's curator insight, May 22, 2013 2:18 AM

Looks like fun!

Corey Durward's curator insight, July 15, 2013 3:37 AM

Nice app but not very practical publishing/sharing options - can only be viewed on an iPad.

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At Google I/O, Glass and Android Get All the Love, if Not All the Money | Wired Business | Wired.com

At Google I/O, Glass and Android Get All the Love, if Not All the Money | Wired Business | Wired.com | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
Google was built on services and software, but the stars of Google I/O this year had close connections to hardware. Developers could not get enough of Android and Glass.
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fascinating, I'm really hoping they're not serious about the $1,500 price tag though...

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Apple Rumored To Be Building 4K UHD TV

Apple Rumored To Be Building 4K UHD TV | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it

 

According to the folks at Digitimes, the alleged “iTV” will sport a display resolution of 3840×2160, putting it up to the 4k UHD standard of 2160p, and will come with internet connectivity, voice and motion controls.

 


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Greg Mudd's curator insight, May 8, 2013 7:56 AM

The rumors have been swirling for a while... wonder if there's any truth to this latest one.

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How to view and navigate through a book's table of contents in iBooks for iPhone and iPad | iMore.com

How to view and navigate through a book's table of contents in iBooks for iPhone and iPad | iMore.com | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
If you use iBooks to purchase and download books to your iPhone or iPad, you have a very easy way to find exactly what you're looking for using the table of contents. It allows you to jump through chapters, read summaries in some cases, and more.

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Top 10 iPad Apps for Lesson Planning ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Top 10 iPad Apps for Lesson Planning ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it

"How about creating and managing your lesson plans on the go ? If you have an iPad and are looking for some excellent and reliable apps to use for creating lesson plans for your class then you have landed on the right page."


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A List Of The 6 Best Alternative To-Do List Apps

A List Of The 6 Best Alternative To-Do List Apps | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it
Evernote is great but it's not the only choice for productivity and todo lists. Here are some upandcoming apps to suit all personalities from the...

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Dr. iPhone: How Will the Smartphone Physical Change Healthcare?

Dr. iPhone: How Will the Smartphone Physical Change Healthcare? | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it

Mobile health applications represent the next stage of patient empowerment. 30 years ago, patients received information and procedures from their physicians, often without instruction. Now, the smartphone physical empowers patients to identify, understand, and manage their own health on a completely new level. This offers critical implications for the future of medicine:

 

1. Patient Engagement: It’s probable that the physical act of regularly checking blood pressure or measuring blood sugar levels can make a patient more conscious about their health. It’s also hopeful that such self-tracking can inspire self-education and positive behavior change. This is difficult to measure experimentally (have you ever noticed that the most avid quantified self-ers are the fittest and healthiest people?) but it offers reason to be optimistic about mHealth.

 

2. Remote Care: A critical challenge of hospital readmissions is that, once the patient walks out the door, it’s no easy endeavor to reconnect with them. If physicians could remotely monitor patients, it’s possible they could identify early signs of a complication and intervene. As a readmissions researcher, I’ve spoken with patients who waited for three weeks of not being able to eat before returning to the hospital 30 pounds lighter. The smartphone physical could have flagged that—and someday, it will.

 

3. The Doctor’s Role: This is the big question, and it’s a loaded one. How will physicians interpret and process the information overload that follows such complete self-quantification? How will electronic health records and/or personal health records adapt to meaningfully consolidate, analyze, and present all this data? How does the patient’s ability to self-educate, self-diagnose, and (perhaps eventually) self-treat change the purpose and significance of the doctor-patient relationship? At Millennial Medicine, Dr. Eric Topol presented these mHealth innovations and said, “With this, why would you want to go to the hospital?” Good question — Will patients still want, or need, to interact with their doctors?

 

These are ambitious goals, but with the advances I’ve seen in this video as well as other seminal achievements made in mHealth and digital medicine recently, I’m optimistic that they are all entirely doable. I’m also conscious of how often I’ve used the word “possible” in this reflection and how scarcely I’ve said “proven.” It simply speaks to the fact that we’re faced with inspiring technical capabilities that offer tremendous hope; the challenge now falls to tomorrow’s physicians and scholars to innovate, research, and troubleshoot to bring these ambitions to realization.

 

 


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1:1 in Practice: Reading Book Creator Books on a Macbook and More

1:1 in Practice: Reading Book Creator Books on a Macbook and More | Apple, Apps, HTML5, and iOS | Scoop.it

"I was so very excited to receive the newest update for the Book Creator app for iPad last night. This update offers extra support for ePub 3 which now makes it possible to read Book Creator multimedia books on a Macbook or even a Windows computer."


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