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For most people, the note-taking application of choice is Evernote.
If you haven't tried Evernote you don't know what you are missing. It is my creative scrapbook and where I keep all the thoughts and I deas I have that are not ready or have a home yet. I use Evernote every hour of everyday. My killer app and has been for years!
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Bunkr is cloud-based presentation software that allows professionals to centralize all the content that inspires them, and to use this content in their presentations.
I've to check :p
I love ANYTHING but Powerpoint.
Penmia is a free, secure, online journal and personal diary designed for you to capture your memories, ideas, notes, activities, and thoughts.
Google has just announced a new search feature, which lets you search within and across your Google+ photo albums from Google Search itself.
"There are SO many incredible apps out there, and I know whatever list I come up with is going to be missing tons of great stuff. But I might as well start somewhere, right? So I thought I’d share 10 iPad and iPhone apps I love for helping elementary students with reading and writing skills. The majority of the recommendations below work with multiple grade levels and are free, but the paid ones are worth the investment, in my opinion."
This site was made by a teacher for teachers to help improve students literacy through apps that can be found on itunes.
Good reading app information to consider for IPads and other $.
If using keyboard shortcuts is not your forté but you spend a lot of time working in workhorse applications like Photoshop, GarageBand, Pages or Word, Numbers, Adobe InDesign, iMovie, or PowerPoint, or you simply want a faster way to execute menu ...
In the technological world, some of the best news sources are in the form of online print publications, but unfortunately, we can’t read all the time.
"Have you tried 30 Hands yet? This free iOS app is a great storytelling or presentation app that has lots of potential for the classroom. I first learned about it from the TCEA iPad site, and my head has been spinning with classroom applications ever since."
Another app to support digital technologies into language programs.
Compared to other standard calculators, Mac OS X users definitely can’t complain.
Having a front and rear camera on your phone is a great thing. It allows you to take photos of yourself and use video chat to keep up with your friends.
This is a free App that would be great for students
Goodbye PowerPoint! Bunkr is going beyond presentation.
HTML5 presentations! This looks really interesting.
On Thursday, Evernote released a much requested Reminders feature for its popular notebook application.
Want to increase the educational value of iPads? Good news, there’s an app for that. Actually, here are 50 worth checking out:"
A bit general, but useful list.
For authors who want to use their own home equipment to narrate an audio version of their own books, or if you want to record your kids reading their favorite stories for posterity, you can do it with a microphone, and iPad and GarageBand.
Herramienta para crear tus propios audiobooks.
Children are also willing to practice reading before they record which helps improve fluency.
Mostly Mac based but a good resource
Interesting option for tablets.
Wikipedia gets its name from two different words: “wiki” and “encyclopedia”. The encyclopedia portion of the name completely makes sense, but what about the wiki part?
Not sure about how to use QR codes or a class wiki to teach languages? Emma Drury has some pointers
Sketch notes aren't just a trend, but rather a new visual style of capturing and documenting ideas for the 21st century student.
Sketch notes–or graphic notes are one of the single most important developments in note-taking history.
One reason why some of us are unable to cope with certain emotions is that we have not had exposure to those emotions in our youth. Normally, children do not get to see all the different range of emotions.