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iTunes U Course: Array City in Keynote

I am excited to share my new iTunes U course called Array City in Keynote!

Keynote is my favorite tool for both iPad and Mac. 226 more words

LiD to PPP – background to Learning in Depth project at an international school

I want to use the blog this year to trace the progress of what we’re calling the Prep Personal Project.  Hopefully this will be the first of many posts tagged ‘LiD’. 1,089 more words

Lifelong learning

Academic ceremonial celebrates the cliquishness of education, even when its rituals are rehearsed by the most inclusive and dispersed of universities. Gowned Seniors process to dignified music, accompanied by a glistening mace and inspiring orations, and the long stream of successful students shake an official hand to mark their admission to the ranks of the learned. 473 more words


Apple’s iTunes U gets 1-to-1 discussions, importing from other apps, PDF annotations, grade book, more

Apple’s iTunes U service, a resource for teachers to create and manage educational content for students on iPad, is today receiving a big update that brings a long list of highly requested features. 171 more words

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Apple Adds New Features to iTunes U

Apple is preparing a significant upgrade to its iTunes U educational catalog on Thursday to help teachers communicate with students, handle homework and incorporate educational apps into their course materials. 335 more words


Arts of Japan

I am a serious fan of Itunes U. It was only a couple of years ago that learning, going to school, going to university especially was a once-in-a-lifetime-experience, and for many people (for various reasons) not even once. 371 more words


iTunes U!

So TODAY I decided was the day! The day I would attempt to create an iTunes U course. How hard could it be really? After a couple of moments of….why am I doing this……I soon realised that not only was this process easy but it would mean in the long run creating and publish resources would save me restless hours in the future. 539 more words