So our new iPad Mini came in last week and screen mirroring with AirPlay tests very well with the Apple TV in the conference room.
Very useful for understanding copyright and fair use, and very cute. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJn_jC4FNDo
Plagiarism prevention services produce only so-so results…
…it’s been fun! (The feature has been removed from the new iTunes 11…)
Trying out AirPlay alternatives for Android and Windows.
So here’s a list of 6 free online collaborative interactive white boards. For a long time I’ve envisioned using the Internet in this way–a blank canvas on which multiple people can throw ideas, images, drawings, diagrams, and manipulate what others have added. Google Wave was the first thing I saw […]
RAIL provides Recipes for Advancing Information Literacy. By offering an open, multi-disciplinary collection of SMART recipes (Simple, Modular, Assessable, Reproducible, and Tested) that can be integrated into any curriculum, it brings information literacy to the forefront of liberal arts education. I’ll be trying out the ‘Designing large-format posters’ recipe.
A simple Prezi on a complicated subject: My faculty seminar presentation was today at noon. More on this topic later…
Students Think They Can Multitask. Here’s Proof They Can’t.
Trying out a new WordPress plugin…