Archive | March, 2012

Apps by the App People Offers Organized Video Lessons

The App People is a developer of Android apps that offers a mix of academic and non-academic apps. The academic apps include biology lectures, chemistry lectures, computer science lectures, as well as lectures in geometry, algebra, and calculus. The lecture apps aren’t anything ground-breaking. They’re simply organized playlists of videos that are mostly from MIT […]

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Three Free Apps to Help You Pace Your Presentations

This week I gave six presentations at the NCTIES conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. Throughout the week I tried three different talk timers on my Samsung Galaxy Tab. (By the way if you’re interested in having me speak at your event, please click here). Talk Timer is a simple app that changes colors from green to […]

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10 Awesome Uses of Android and Apps

This morning I gave a short presentation about Android apps. These are the slides from that presentation.

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Smart Speller – Interactive Spelling Practice in Twelve Languages

Lemberg Solutions offers one dozen Android apps designed to help students practice their spelling skills. The app functions the same way in all twelve languages offered. The app shows students a series of images from which to choose. Once they select an image, they jump into a spelling puzzle. To spell the name of the […]

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Scripto Schola – Alphabet Recognition Practice on Android Tablets

Scripto Schola is an Android app (free and paid versions available) that students can use to practice recognizing and drawing the letters of the alphabet. There are two ways that the app can be used. Students can draw lowercase and uppercase letters of the alphabet on their Android tablets. The other way the app can […]

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