3 Great Free Resources to Download Music and Sound Clips to Use in Class Presentations and Video Projects October 13, 2014 When working on multimedia projects in class, students will definitely need to have recourse to a wide range of resources such as images, video clips, audio and musical recordings to mention a few. Of course the web is the ultimate storage room where students can access these materials. However, there are regulations and copyrights that students have to abide by when using digital resources. In this regard, EdTech and Mlearning has already compiled a list of some of the best places where students can get free images, and today I am sharing with you a similar list but on music and sound recordings.
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One classroom - one ipad Sadly our class set of iPads has been taken away from us and reassigned to Heads of Departments to use, I suspect, largely as personal management systems. I have had one iPad since November and this recent reassignment of the school's class set of iPads has got me thinking about how my colleagues can use their iPad for more than managing their time and reading online. Of course, many schools are now embracing new technology and have gone down the route of 1:1 iPads. This has not been the case for me (yet) but I have still been able to use my iPad creatively in my classes. I have been free with the iPad I have been given.
An Excellent iPad App for Taking Notes and Annotating PDFs is Now Free (Was $6) October 12, 2014 Margin Note Reader is definitely a must have app for teachers, educators and more specifically for student researchers. The app is free now for a limited time (used to cost $6). As always, when I say free I mean in the iTunes store here in Canada and the USA, not sure if it is free in other corners of the world. Margin Note Reader allows you to annotate and take notes on on the margins of your PDFs, ePub and saved documents. You have the choice to use three different note taking styles: handwriting, typing, and highlighting. The power of Margin Note reader for student researchers like myself is that it lets you pull out citation, summary and mind map altogether so that you can easily quote articles while doing your research writing.
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