Security on your iPad

Thursday, 13 March 2014 by

  Your iPad contains a lot of personal and private information. Leaving your iPad on a desk or table somewhere without using the security features is like leaving your personal journal open for everyone to read – sometimes even worse. Below are five easy things you can do to help protect your information and help

Below are some tips and strategies on how to successfully use iMovie or any movie creating app with your students. At the end, I’ve added a YouTube playlist that shows how to get photos and videos onto your iPad and create an iMovie.   Give them a clear goal. Why are they making this movie?

Learn about Safari

Thursday, 06 March 2014 by

Watch these 5 short videos to learn about the Safari app on your iPad.

Useful iPad course in Lynda.com

Tuesday, 28 January 2014 by

There is a course in Lynda.com that goes through some of the key features of using iPads in the classroom. For those of us already using the iPads in our classes, this could be a good review and you may learn some new tips and tricks, such as how to extend your battery life. Unfortunately,

Something as different as iOS 7 is going to raise questions. Fortunately, there are some answers, especially now that the update’s come about. Here’s an overview based on a write up by a Macworld Staff’s experience using iOS 7 (Sep 11, 2013 MacWorld issue) .

iPad mini Review

Thursday, 15 November 2012 by

The iPad mini will definitely feature on the top 5 list of the coolest devices for this holiday season. It’s not quite the powerhouse as it’s high-end full-size big brother (iPad fourth generation) but it’s got the chip of the iPad 2 and the screen resolution of the iPad 2 as well, just scrunched down.

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