Thursday, September 12, 2013

Fav App Guys Ask for Apps to: Capture instructor's handwriting & audio? Use DURING lectures? tweet answers #appthtTLTG (for FrLv 9/13)

We always learn a lot from our favorite App Guys, but can WE HELP THEM? They'll deluge us with some new educational apps, they'll ask our help with some of their own challenges, and they'll try to answer your requests.
There's still time to send your  suggestions for "There's an App for that 4.0" during FridayLive September 13. Tweet to #appthtTLTG
[Registration is already full, but we'll make avail a full digital recording/archive early next week for TLT Group members.]

We'll see how you'll help our App Guys with: 

  • Apps DURING Lecture Favorite apps to use when lecturing with iPad? 
  • Capture Instructor's Handwriting & Audio - for Movies Apps you've been using at your institution to capture an instructor's handwriting and audio. The goal is to create movies for students to watch.
  • Teaching Online for Beginners What are some apps that might be helpful to someone who has been teaching in classrooms successfully for years but is worried about teaching online soon?
TOL4B = Teaching Online for Beginners for Very Smart Dummies MOOCow begins October 4, 2013
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