"At IRA I stopped at the Subtext booth and was completely surprised to find out that it was a FREE app for iPads. I just started exploring it today to see how it might be used in a classroom, and I thought I’d pass along what I’ve found."
"Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has already assembled a great list of free presentation making tools for desktop version and in this post we are going to introduce you to some of the best free presentation apps for your iPad."
"Flashcards are no longer stuck to paper. Now with the iPad you can have giant flashcards. There are some fantastic apps that can help you study up for that next big test. Some of these pair with Mac/Windows apps and some are free standing iPad apps. We compare the best ones in this AppGuide."
"The University of Adelaide’s Dr Ian Green and Allan Carrington led a seminar on Friday July 13th in which the use of iPad applications for educational purposes was discussed and, in some cases, debated. Ele Cooper gives the lowdown on the most exciting apps on the market."
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