Last month when I told you about our new computer labs and classrooms with SMART Sync, I also mentioned that we offer a full software suite in some of these locations. This software package is currently available to classes scheduled in Derby Hall 029 and Hagerty Hall 186, but students who need access to the …Read more at the full article: Our Complete Software Suite for Computer Rich Classrooms and Digital Unions
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On August 7th and 8th, the Digital First initiative invited 12 faculty members from across the University to attend an intensive 2-day iTunes U Bootcamp to develop digital course materials for Ohio State students and learners across the globe. This team of faculty spent two days working in Apple’s Chicago office, editing course materials and designing …Read more at the full article: First Digital First iTunes U Bootcamp was a success!
Hacking of the Mac, iPhone, Amazon, and Twitter in Less than One Hour: Destroying Your Data, Credibility, and Phone in a Few Quick Steps
Brian Moeller, CISSP
Recently, Wired Magazine Editor Mat Honan was hacked. The hacker was able to to wipe Honan’s iPad, iPhone, and MacBook, as well as get access to Honan’s Gmail, Amazon, personal …Read more at the full article: Hacking of the Mac, iPhone, Amazon, and Twitter in Less than One Hour
When I was thinking about what mobile device apps I might consider my favorites, I felt like I was a kid again being asked what my favorite color was… One week’s response would probably be different from the next. My favorite iPad apps do tend to change often as I’m exploring and testing.
So, without further …Read more at the full article: The Sound of My Favorite Apps
I was fortunate to attend a session at Innovate 2012 with Don Henderson, Senior Director of Creative Expression at Apple, who spoke about the benefits of Challenge Based Learning (CBL). CBL is a learning process that seeks to make the learning curriculum relevant to students by teaching them skills through work on real-world problems or …Read more at the full article: Empowering Students through Challenge-Based Learning
Don Henderson, Senior Director of Creative Expression at Apple, talked about the challenge based learning (CBL) framework today at Innovate 2012. He distinguished “challenges” from “problems,” suggesting that challenges differ from problems by requiring us to try out our proposed solution, even on a small scale.
The presentation began by pointing out that “Everyone is a …Read more at the full article: Challenge based learning with Apple’s Don Henderson
Imagine the smart device of the future. You’re probably envisioning something ultraportable and remarkably handsfree. Most likely, it runs on the latest super-fast cellular network. It’s pretty hip, and it probably makes your current device look ancient. Next, consider that it will likely make significant use of augmented reality technology. This device will be able …Read more at the full article: All Eyes on Google’s “Project Glass”
What’s entertaining, interactive, and has 3.1 million pixels? No, it’s not the combined screen resolution of 101 Atari 2600 game systems… Why, it’s the new iPad of course.
On March 7th, Apple announced the next generation iPad at a media event in San Francisco. The new device was available for purchase on March 16th. According to an …Read more at the full article: iPad, therefore I am…
The January 19th, 2012 ePublishing announcement by Apple occurred in New York’s Guggenheim, far from the ‘typical’ techie announcement site in San Francisco near Silicon Valley. Just as Steve Jobs created a new sales model for the music industry, today’s announcement may herald a huge change to the publishing houses of the East coast. New …Read more at the full article: Apple announcement takes aim at student textbook market
When we decided to do a series of blog articles about fun apps for the iPad (and other Apple devices), I was really excited. You see, my husband and I had agreed to get our kids iPod Touches for Christmas and I was looking forward to finding the best apps for them AND …Read more at the full article: Fun Apps on iDevices: an Introductory Story