Manage Projects For Free With Wunderlist For iPad [iOS Tips Keeping your projects organized is hard; whether they’re for home, school, or work, projects tend to take on a life of their own. A good task manager can be essential to keeping the project moving, on time, and with a minimum of stress. wunderlist is available for the iPad, is free, and has some great features to boot, making it an obvious choice for many of us who need to manage our projects better. Once you’ve downloaded and installed wunderlist, it should open to a dual-paned view, with Lists on the left and tasks on the right. iPad 2 On March 2, 2011, Steve Jobs returned to the keynote stage after a long period of medical leave. It was the second-to-last keynote he'd ever conduct, and he received a long, loud standing ovation. He and Apple had been working on something for a long time, and he didn't want to miss it. The original iPad was supposed to have been magical, but no one, not even Apple, had known exactly how it would weave its spell.
How to use a Concept Map to organize and comprehend information Used as a learning and teaching technique, concept mapping visually illustrates the relationships between concepts and ideas. Often represented in circles or boxes, concepts are linked by words and phrases that explain the connection between the ideas, helping students organize and structure their thoughts to further understand information and discover new relationships. Most concept maps represent a hierarchical structure, with the overall, broad concept first with connected sub-topics, more specific concepts, following. Concept Map Example
Inspiration Software announces Inspiration Diagrams for the iPad Feb 10th, 2012 | By Chuck Frey | Category: Mobile Mapping Tools Called Inspiration Diagrams, the new visual thinking app is designed to help students in grades 6-12 to create visual diagrams and outlines that help them to clarify their thoughts, organize and analyze information, integrate new knowledge and learn to think critically. Inspiration will lead off with an abridged version of the app, Diagrams Lite, which will be available for free in the AppStore in March.
Quickoffice Pro HD Is Now Capable Of Viewing And Editing Office 2010 Documents Quickoffice Pro HD, one of the App Store’s top Microsoft Office document viewing and editing applications for iPad, will now allow you to work on those Office 2010 documents when on-the-go. Identifiable by the “x” at the end of the file extension, recent Microsoft Office documents contain Open XML formatting that’s not present in earlier Office documents. You may be thinking, Quickoffice Pro HD already supports documents with .docx, .xlsx, and .pptx extensions. Yes, however, this is for Office 2007 documents. Quickoffice Pro HD v4.0 makes it possible to create, edit, and view Microsoft Word 2010 and Excel 2010 documents, plus view PowerPoint 2010 presentations.
The Future of Handwriting: Noteshelf (2/4) Continuing with our series about handwriting apps, we’re now going to take a look at an app that takes the functionality of the previously reviewed Penultimate even further. Meet Noteshelf, your digital collection of notebooks of all kinds. Noteshelf has full support for image placement, icon usage, and even zoom, which allows for even greater control of your handwriting. Read on to transform the way you take notes! Socrative Age Restrictions. You may only use the Site and Services if you are: (i) at least 13 years of age; or (ii) if you are under 13 years of age, with the consent of your teacher or a legal parent or guardian. By using the Site and Services, you hereby represent and warrant that you are at least 13 years of age or, if you are under 13 years of age, that you have the consent of your teacher, legal parent, or guardian to use the Site and Services. Verification of Identity. You acknowledge that we may choose, but are not obligated, to make any inquiries, either directly or through third parties, that we deem necessary to validate any user’s registration information, including without limitation engaging third parties to provide identity or other verification services.
Produits - iMindMap - Ultimate Our unbeatable iMindMap Ultimate software comes with the full iMindMap feature set. Explore your creative Mind Mapping ideas in stunning 3D environments, design powerful presentations, plan projects and create budgets or strategies. Perform any task with creativity and without breaking a sweat. With every feature designed to foster innovation and inspire your thinking, you can conquer complex tasks with flair and originality from the boardroom to the lecture theatre. 3D View Watch your ideas come to life in awesome 3D when you create your Mind Maps in iMindMap’s 3D View.
Noteshelf: handwritten iPad notes that really work Noteshelf (US$4.99) from FluidTouch.biz is a fresh new iPad notebook app for handwritten notes that addresses most of the issues I've had with similar apps in the past. In fact, Noteshelf is so usable that I just deleted a couple of other apps that I was using to capture handwritten notes. Here's what is so great about this app: A very responsive pen: With a Pogo Stylus and Noteshelf, I feel like I'm actually writing on paper. The pen "flows" more smoothly than in any other notebook app, and with the wide choice of tip widths and 17 different colors, it's like having a drawer full of pens and markers available. AudioNote, Notability, and SoundNote note-taking apps, reviewed Many a student, journalist, and businesswoman has suffered for her flawed note taking. You accidentally get a name or a year wrong. You botch the transcription of a quote because you can't type fast enough. You completely misunderstand the gist of a meeting, class, or speech because you cannot read your own handwriting. Annie Lowrey, formerly Slate’s Moneybox columnist, is economic policy reporter for the New York Times.