Here's a very cool search engine, developed by
, ITRT in Rockingham County. This custom search engine is structured specifically to help find iPad apps:
You're on the go. You need to stay connected, and access existing digital media, create new documents, collaborate, and communicate. An iPad is a great tool that allows users to have their email, calendar, communication tools, newsfeeds, presentations, notes, and entertainment all on one small device.
teacher productivity infographic
1. Download and Organize Apps into Folders
(mine are organized as seen below)
Social Network/ Communication
Photos & Art
Books & Magazines
Amazon Instant Video
Frequent Flier Apps
7 Min WC
Little Kid Apps
2. Get a Synchronization plan in place - what items do you need "in sync" across your devices? and how do you access them?
-Google Drive, Dropbox, Box
iCloud Photo Stream
-Your Digital Life
3. Put frequently-needed content on your iPad (and plan accordingly if you might not have internet access)
to download some free Ipad books
download some PDF manuals
you might use
---explore some free online
books at Project Gutenberg
- magazine/news feeds
---set up some Twitter streams to follow
-Star items in Dropbox or check the '
make available offline' box for items in Google Drive
-Save URLs/articles with
, so they'll be available offline
4. Plan for 'extras' that you might need while being remote:
Article on being mobile for 30 days
Presentation capabilities? (
Getting to know your iPad
- the essential things you may not have discovered.
iPads in Education
iPads in Business
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