Evernote for Android recently received a great update in the form of support for handwriting notes. Now when you open Evernote on your Android device you can select new note followed by selecting the pencil icon to draw your notes on a blank canvas. Handwritten notes can be combined with typed text and pictures to […]
If you work in a BYOD environment there is a very good chance that your students will show up with Android devices. To help them take advantage of their mobile devices for academic purposes, we should have some apps to suggest to them. Here are five apps that your students can use to take notes […]
NoteLedge is a multimedia note-taking app for Android tablets. The app allows you to draw, type, speak, and video record notes. You can use all forms of those notes on one page or use a different NoteLedge page for each type of note. Switching between media modes in NoteLedge is a simple matter of tapping […]
apMemo is a neat note and reminder app for Android. On apMemo you can draw notes and type notes. Each note can be turned into a reminder by setting a time for it. Your reminders can be set for any date and time by using the custom reminder setting. apMemo is available in a free […]
Earlier this week I had the pleasure of speaking to teachers in the Rockingham, NC school district about Google apps. The school assigned a young lady (Jordan is her name) from the student council to be my assistant for the day. We were both in the room about an hour before my presentation was scheduled […]
Touch Van Gogh is a free Android app available through the Van Gogh Museum. Through the study of three paintings featured on the app students can learn about...
Comics Head is an Android app (free and paid versions available) for creating comic strips on your tablet. The app makes it easy to create comics even if, like...