Tag: iphone

Technology for Teaching: This Semester’s Report

Technology for Teaching: This Semester’s Report

Because of a couple of my past posts, people often find my blog when they’re looking for information on teaching with the iPad. So I thought I might give an update on the technology tools I’m using in my teaching and personal productivity this semester on various platforms. I’ve mentioned some of these before, but it’s interesting to track which ones have infiltrated my workflow permanently and which have failed to prove their utility (for my purposes, at least).

Getting Started with the iPad: Teaching

Getting Started with the iPad: Teaching

Update: I’ve written a newer post about teaching with the iPad, if you’re interested in seeing how some of my later experiments worked out. My first effort to teach using the iPad wasn’t entirely voluntary. The DVI-to-VGA adapter for my MacBook Pro failed, and because I couldn’t get a new one in time for my …

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Managing the Professor’s Library

Managing the Professor’s Library

I recently searched my office bookshelves for two books I want to use this fall in a course. I know I owned them. I remember buying them in grad school. Then it hit me: I loaned them both to a student, and they haven’t been seen since. After placing a quick Amazon order for replacements …

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My Five Easy Multimedia Tips

My Five Easy Multimedia Tips

I attended the June 13-18 Multimedia Storytelling Workshop at the Knight Digital Media Center at the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley. It was a phenomenal experience. I met 19 fabulous journalism professionals and a great group of knowledgeable and skilled trainers; I learned new photo, video, audio, and web skills; I listened to …

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