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Using Showbie as a collaboration tool

Using Showbie as a collaboration tool | It-pedagogik och mobilt lärande | Scoop.it

I have been using Showbie for quite a while, both at my school and with the schools I support. It has certainly solved the problem of how students can quickly send their work to the teacher and the teacher share resources with the pupils. We have used it a lot and we like how it can be accessed online on devices other than the iPad. It also works well for assessment and archiving work. The class codes can be given to the headteacher so he/she can see all pupil portfolios, making it good to show parents and inspectors.

Each pupil has their own login in normal use. However, some of what we do at school is collaborative. For example, a group of Year 6 pupils can each be working on a short video which could then be stitched together in iMovie etc. It is not possible to for one pupil to send a file to another using Showbie so we have created group logins. This means that a group of pupils would all log in using the same username and password. Each student can then submit a file to an assignment and the other pupils see and download that file onto their iPads. Importantly the teacher can also see whole groups work and each part of it.

There are many collaborative tools on the iPad but as many schools are using Showbie then this may create another possibility.


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Avid Studio rolls onto iPad, treads on iMovie's toes (video)

Avid Studio rolls onto iPad, treads on iMovie's toes (video) | It-pedagogik och mobilt lärande | Scoop.it

"Avid Studio rolls onto iPad, treads on iMovie's  toes"

 

There are a growing number number of  of apps available for video-editing on the iPad, (and also a  the iPhone). This appears to be one of the most sophisticated.

 

I dont think we are anywhere near the end of the road yet, in terms of mobile video editing, but as it takes will be certainly worth keeping an eye in a research context, asking what are the benefits of mobile video editing, (if any) as opposed to desktop?

 

More from Avid's here, and available on app store for £2.99 ($4.99)


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