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Ipad för nybörjare: 5 snabba tips

Ipad för nybörjare: 5 snabba tips
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Plotagon - Storytelling for everyone för iPhone, iPod touch och iPad från App Store i iTunes 3 Powerful Apps for Creating Green Screen Videos with Students June 8, 2015 Green screen is a cinematographic technique that allows video editors to add a variety of visual effects to their videos. These effects include : adding virtual backgrounds, superimposing subjects over animated backdrops, placing a subject on another shot and many more. Green screen technology has been widely used in weather and movie industry. But now with the emergence of apps such as the ones below, everyone can use this technology to create engaging clips and presentations. As Do Ink explained “ Green screen technology is used in the movies to make it look like the actors have landed on an alien planet, and it's used on TV to make it look like your local news announcer is standing in front of an animated weather map. Watch this short video to learn more about what Green Screen is all about. There are a wide variety of ways you can use Green Screen apps with your students. 1- Green Screen by Do Ink 2- Green Screen Movie FX 3- Hands-On Green Screen Movie Effects

Webbaserad lärmiljö Interactive Visual Featuring 6 Tasks You Can Easily Do Using iPad June , 2014 This is an interactive image (created using Thinglink) that features a bunch of useful iPad apps that you can use to do tasks that you would traditionally do using a pen and paper. I really liked the idea of providing alternatives to do things digitally. For instance, instead of taking notes in a notebook or on paper you can use Evernote or any other note taking app to do it on iPad. The good thing about doing things digitally is that you have the added advantage of accessing, editing, and sharing your work across different devices and platforms and also saving it on the cloud to access it anytime anywhere anywhere you go. As is the case with the all the interactive Thinglink images I shared here in the past, the app icons shared here are hyperlinked, just hover your mouse over any of them to access it on the iTunes app store. Source: Apple A Day

12 Important iPad Tips Every Teacher Should know About August 31, 2015 iPad is radically transforming education and revolutionizing the way we teach and learn. With over 80,000 educational apps created specifically for iPad, both teachers and students are empowered with endless possibilities and learning experiences that were up to the very recent past beyond imagination. From apps to create interactive content and simulated experiments to apps that allow you to virtually explore the human body or navigate the wide universe and galaxies, iPad brings a world of knowledge and learning opportunities right to your fingertips. Given the burgeoning importance of iPad in education, we deemed it important to share with our readers some interesting resources to help them tap into the full educational potential of this versatile device. 1- Organize your apps in folders You can easily create a folder where you aggregate different sets of apps. 2- Make text bigger 3- Recover deleted mistakes 4- Look up Words 5- Spotlight Search 6- Type Accented characters

Roliga och pedagogiska barnspel för iPhone, iPad och Android Free Collaborative Video Creation with iPads This is a guest post from Greg Kulowiec of EdTechTeacher.org, an advertiser on Free Technology for Teachers. Publishing student video that is created with iPads can be a challenging process, especially with younger students. Even schools that are Google Apps typically decide to turn off YouTube uploads to the student accounts. However, with the use of a handful of free applications, students can create video content on iPad, share their creation with a teacher, and then have the teacher upload to their YouTube channel or a class YouTube channel. For the creation process, students can use any video creation app that allows the final product to be exported to the camera roll. Once the content is in Google Drive, a teacher can access the student created video through the Google Drive app on their iPad. The video will now be ready for upload to the teacher’s or class YouTube channel.

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