Entries from EnhancED tagged with 'iphone'

Socrative: Responsive Web-Based Audience Response

Socrative is another of many web-based audience response systems, but it has one of the main features we like to see in such systems: ease-of-use. To start, log in to your instructor account, set up a "room", establish a class...

Columbia Mobile Apps Round-Up

There has been a lot of buzz about mobile apps on college campuses lately: the New Media Consortium selected mobile apps as one of its key technology focuses for 2012, and the topic of mobile apps on campus has received...

Turn Your iPhone Into a Simple PA System

There are times when being able to amplify your voice is beneficial in a classroom or in a video conference scenario. An iPhone app that uses the phone built-in mic and creates a pass-through to the phone output may do...

Notable Improvements in New Dropbox.com Release

In 2009 we described the useful file management features that are part of Dropbox.com's online storage service. Since then, the service has released an update to the desktop component that promises improved performance and broader syncing and sharing options. A...

MoJo: Mobile Journalism

Mobile phone tools for capturing, editing and sharing video are growing in sophistication and are now able to produce high quality video easily in the field. Some products, like the ReelDirector app from Nexvio try to improve on Apple's iMovie...

Using Phones Smarter: As Mobile Lab

The past few months many of us at CCNMTL have been thinking a lot about the educational possibilities around mobile computing. Some of our Triangle Initiative projects and Earth Institute-related development efforts have leveraged mobile technologies for social impact. Mobileactive...

BookGlutton eBook Reader

BookGlutton offers a number of interesting options for ebook aficionados. First, it is a self-contained epub format reader for your browser. It offers a simple, clean, and effective online reading option, similar to what you find on an iPhone...

DIY eBooks

More and more people are carrying portable media players or smartphones with them wherever they go. Two-thirds of all undergraduates own (or plan to own within the next twelve months) a Web-enabled device (according to this ECAR report). If you...

Dropbox: Simple Cloud Storage

Dropbox is quickly becoming a "must have" online storage service. In a few minutes, you can set up a Dropbox account and start synchronizing files among multiple computers and mobile devices. Offering a free 2GB of storage, Dropbox is an...

Organizing Scientific Papers

The award-winning Papers for Mac (OS X only) is an application that makes it easy to organize science papers and journal articles, integrating smoothly with sources like Google Scholar, JSTOR, Scopus, Web of Science, and PubMed to automatically pull metadata...

EveryTrail Offers Field Work Possibilities

Instructors looking to add a class mapping assignments that include a 'field work' component should take a look at EveryTrail. EveryTrail is a free service that allows you to record, visualize and share any trip using geotagged photos. New to...

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