Maximize Google Drive on the iPad and iOS. What's New in iOS 9? Want to know what features your iPhone will be getting with the release of iOS 9 in September?
Curious as to whether your device will be compatible? You’re in the right place. Earlier this week, Apple hosted 5000 developers at its Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco. Among the announcements were a new version of Mac OS X, a big update to the Apple Watch and the next iteration of its flagship mobile OS that powers the iPhone and iPad, iOS 9. Here’s what you missed. You Can Probably Run It If you were able to update your phone to iOS 8, you’ll be able to update to iOS 9. One thing worth mentioning is that iOS 9 gives app developers the choice of simply switching off support for older 32-bit devices that don’t use Apple’s A7 chip or newer.
Most developers will want to maximize their reach by targeting as many devices as possible. New & Improved Apps This year’s update includes mostly refinements of what came before, which is generally what Apple does best. Explain Everything & Book Creator part 3. Part 3 of a 4-part series looking at how the popular educational apps Book Creator and Explain Everything can be used together.Part 1: Exporting a PDF from Book Creator to annotate in Explain EverythingPart 2: From Explain Everything to Book Creator to iTunes UPart 4: Hand-drawn animations in Explain Everything – published with Book Creator Dan from the Book Creator team is back to look at another way in which Explain Everything can be “app-smashed” with Book Creator to create something unique.
The scenario: Using Explain Everything to animate a comic book made in Book Creator, to create a fun video. Book Creator 4.0 has just been released onto the App Store. With this update there are now comic book templates and styles added to the app, to make really simple and fun comic books. We’re going to go through creating the comic book, exporting it as a PDF to Explain Everything, recording an animation using the pan and zoom tool, and exporting the end result as a video. Infographic: 7 Stages of GAFE. How to Create a Jeopardy-style Game in Google Spreadsheets. Google Earth. Rethinking Google Drive on the iPad. Awesome Presenter at EdTechTeam Summits Rethinking Google Drive on the iPad The iPad is well-known as an amazing creation tool, but with Google Drive’s “Open-In” feature on the iOS platform - the iPad has quickly become a collaboration device extraordinaire.
Google Drive is best known for apps like Docs and Slides, and these are great platforms for students to work collaboratively on documents and presentations. However, Google Drive has one under-used feature that offers a secret collaborative power . This hidden power of Google Drive sits in the layers of the “i” button. Inside the layers of the “i” button lives the “Open-In“ feature - and this is where the collaborative magic happens. Two Amazing Collaboration Scenarios using the Open-In Feature: iMovie: Here is how students can collaboratively create an iMovie - using the Open-In feature.
First, students work together to plan a movie project. 10 Ways to Use Google Sites with Your Students. April 18, 2014 Google Sites is one of the best website creation software I have been recommending for teachers.
There are a wide variety of reasons why Google Sites is an ideal platform to host your class website and here are some of them: Google Sites is easy to use and has a student friendly interface.You can set up your website within minutes without the need for any HMTL or CSS knowledge.It provides highly customizable themes that you can easily apply to your site.It is integrated with some other Google serves like Google Calendar.Google Sites has a wonderful web-based editor that allows you to easily create, edit and share you content.It provides a set of collaborative features including multiple editors and commenting.Inserting images, videos, and other multimedia materials is ridiculously easy.It provides a modest cloud storage capacity for you to upload documents, files, attachments, and PDFs.And it is FREE.
GOOGLE SLIDES. Control Alt Achieve: Googlink: Using Google Drawings like a Thinglink. Google Drawings is often overshadowed by the other Google Drive tools such as Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms.
However, it is an excellent tool for students and teacher to do many tasks including graphic organizers, teaching math, and desktop publishing (see here for examples of each). One more educational use for Google Drawings is to create an interactive multimedia poster. This is very much like creating a Thinglink. Let’s call it a Googlink. If you are not familiar with Thinglink, it is a powerful online tool that lets users annotate images with pop-up text, pictures, videos, weblinks, documents, and more. Although Thinglink is an excellent tool, its free version does have some limitations. See below for information on how to use Google Drawings in a similar way as Thinglink to create, edit, and share interactive multimedia posters, as well as a sample Googlink to test out.Thinglink versus Googlink It offers a free version that many users may find will meet their needs.