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Five Free iPad Apps for Creating Video Lessons (AKA Flipped Classroom Lessons)

Five Free iPad Apps for Creating Video Lessons (AKA Flipped Classroom Lessons) | MyEdu&PLN |
One of the things that I'm often asked about is creating explanatory videos on the iPad. Whether you want to create these videos for students to watch as part of a "flipped curriculum" or you want ...

Via Jacqui Kelly, Peter Mellow
Jacqui Kelly's curator insight, April 7, 2013 11:19 PM

Although I've seen Screenchomp before the first couple of apps were new to me and might be worth exporing - JK.

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How To Capture Ideas at Presentations and Events by Doing Visual Recording on the iPad

Robin Good: Rachel Smith explains in very simple words how you can use your iPad to capture and record visually the key ideas and concepts presented during a lecture, keynote, training class or presentation.

She provides a good round-up of four relevant tools that can be used for this task, analyzing their key pros and cons as well as providing logistic and technical advice on how to best organize and setup yourself for doing visual recording on the iPad.

As similar tools will provide more ready-made icons, templates and patterns available for this kind of real-time idea-capturing, this rare and pioneering visual recording work will begin to catch up even more rapidly.


Very useful. 8/10


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Via Robin Good, Mary Perfitt-Nelson
Jon C's curator insight, March 28, 2013 8:51 PM

Visual note taking on the ipad

Jordi Castells's curator insight, April 28, 2013 12:36 PM

Mind mapping technoques with IPad

designandtech's curator insight, May 20, 2013 2:59 PM

Great ideas and excellent modelling from Rachel. I like her suggestion that you can practise using Youtube or TED talks and create your charts as you follow along. Amazing. Thanks for scooping, Rod!