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App smashing in the classroom now on iBooks

My first ever iBook has been published. You can download it from here.

In it I have tried to give users some ideas of how to get started using the iPad. 179 more words


Primary Source Materials for Your iPad

Primary sources are vital resources for educators. iTunes has collected various primary sources, including: historic film, documents, and oral histories. Many of their posted resources are free! Check it out here.


Wired Millennials Still Prefer the Printed Word

This is the title to a front page article n the February 23 Washington Post written by Michael S. Rosenwald.  This took me by surprise.  I am a Baby Boomer and I am transitioning to the iPAD and loving it.  359 more words

Transactive Memory

Using OneDrive on an iOS device

Teaching staff and pupils in Scottish schools are able to add items from an iOS device to the OneDrive for business storage available in Glow… 176 more words


How Safe is Your Book?

As mentioned in some previous posts my self-publishing learning curve has thrown some interesting surprises my way, and I’ve recently been given further cause for reflection by the following unexpected occurrences. 409 more words


#BURMA #MYANMAR #ThanShwe getting #teached #IPAD by #granddaughter

Former dictator, Than Shwe, seen playing with his granddaughter how to use Ipad.

Photo of The Day !!! ( U Than Shwe )
credit to Nay Shwe Thwe Aung


NICE cord keeper for iPhone, iPod & iPad convenience

Power cables and wall worts for mobile devices are a necessity and always tend to get lost in your bag or tangled up which leads not only to inconvenience but also to premature cable wear and tear. 386 more words

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