Tag Archives: apps

1.5 Million Lessons And Growing

1.5 Million Lessons And Growing: ShowMe App Emerges as Leader in iPad Digital Education Revolution
by David Hill, March 16th, 2012


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Khan Academy – Watch. Practice. Learn almost anything for free.

Khan Academy released a free app for iPad, for viewing their complete library of over 2,700 videos…

(Of course, Khan Academy can still be searched, accessed and downloaded from iTunes U.)


Conference Pad App

Control a presentation on up to fifteen iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touches from your device, simultaneously and wirelessly over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.

iOS 5 Education Deployment Guide


This guide is designed for those responsible for the deployment of iOS
devices, from IT leadership to implementors. It highlights best
practices and considerations relevant to deploying and supporting iOS
devices in education environments.

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Touch Press – Our Vision

Theodore Gray, the developer of “The Elements” app and the co-founder of Wolfram Alpha, has formed a new company called Touch Press:

Touch Press – Our Vision  Books are one of the great defining inventions of our civilization–and today they are poised for a revolution. Our goal is to create a new kind of book that makes use of emerging consumer platforms such as iPad, as well as the latest computation capabilities and high-performance visual media. We believe that we now have the capability to redefine the book, reinvent publishing, and forever transform the act of reading.

Using the motto “living books that define the future of publishing”, his company has released six apps so far, each of which has been featured as an “App of the Week” on the App Store. http://touchpress.com/titles/

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iPad in Education

This Wiki will house information related to the iPad in Education sponsored by the Department of Educational Technology in the School District of Palm Beach County.

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iPad EdResources

An awesome list of updated education-focused iPad resources, compiled by Apple Distinguished Educator, Meg Wilson. Meg is a special education teacher and assistive technology specialist for the Amity Regional Middle School in Orange, Connecticut.

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