Monthly Archive: February 2012

Feb 28

Post an eBook from an iPad to Your Class Blog

In this 3.5 minute screencast, digital learning consultant Wesley Fryer demonstrates how to use the $4 iPad application “eBook Creator” to export an enhanced eBook (in ePub format) to the DropBox application, and then email a public link to the ePub to a Posterous blog so it will “post” as a publicly accessible link for …

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Feb 22

Turn Off AudioBoo Comments

(Cross-posted to Instructional FAQs for Yukon Public Schools) AudioBoo is a fantastic website and free mobile application to use for recording and sharing student voices. AudioBoo does not, however, currently support “comment moderation.” This means anyone can leave a comment on an audio recording you post to your AudioBoo channel and it will immediately show …

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Feb 22

Create a Narrated Slideshow with ShowMe for iPad

ShowMe is a free application for iPad which permits anyone to create narrated slideshow videos which can include telestrator (“John Madden”) style annotations. The following twenty-five images highlight the steps to follow in the ShowMe iPad app, using a photo gallery in Picasa (free from Google) as a virtual image scrapbook for project images.   …

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Feb 20

A Story About Parental Feedback on a Student Blog

Tomorrow I’m sharing a repeated 1.5 hour workshop for teachers in Yukon Public Schools (in Oklahoma) titled, “simple ideas for powerful sharing.” In addition to having fun and experiencing a “paperless learning experience,” I hope all the teachers participating in the workshop will successfully experience new ways for sharing digital text, digital audio, images and …

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Feb 10

Create Illustrated PDF Stories with Story Patch on an iPad

In this 14.5 minute video, 8 year old Rachel explains how to use the iPad application “Story Patch” to create illustrated stories. Download Rachel’s FREE enhanced eBook, “Snowflake Gets Lost,” on meetsnowflake.com. Learn more about Story Patch for iPad and download it from storypatch.com. We recorded this video using Screenflow software, and used an iPhone4 …

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