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I serve as an Assistant Dean for the College of Liberal Arts and teach in the School of Criminal Justice with additional responsibilities as the School's Assistant Director.
By Elaine Bartgis on December 5, 2011
I know there was another post about a whiteboard but you may want to take a look at MediaSlate Pro. The price is only $1.99 and it looks pretty easy to use. Another app for the classroom is Gradebook Pro but it is $9.99. It’s handy and provides great reports. Both are worth a look!
By Elaine Bartgis on May 12, 2011
Our group worked with the FaceTime app Wednesday and it is okay but many more of the faculty and staff use Skype. Three of us in the Academy have and use Skype. So, we loaded the iPhone version on our iPad 2. We called each other to test the software and it works just fine. [...]
By Elaine Bartgis on May 11, 2011
Our little group finished the first afternoon of the iPad 2 academy. We covered some of the basics and learned some tips and tricks along the way. It was a good start to what promises to be two more days of identifying creative ways to use an iPad in the classroom. I was going to [...]
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