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Friday
Oct 21st, 2011
8:30 AM - 9:20 AM
Meeting Room 103B
Eastern Time
This session will highlight the successes and challenges of faculty and support staff for an iPad pilot at a small liberal arts college. We will discuss pedagogical uses for apps and developed processes. During the session participants will also learn about best practices for management and support of the devices.
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Some useful apps for faculty iPads: drop box, shared email, upload via IP #edu11 #E11_SESS141

IPads particularly beneficial for faculty who tend to be perapatetic or in a studio space #edu11 #E11_SESS141

IPad2 camera anxd recording capabilities are extremely useful in performance-based classes #edu11 #E11_SESS141

When students each have a networked handheld device in the classroom, personal learning and collaboration are supported #edu11 #E11_SESS141

The form factor of tablet computers lack the physical barriers (eg laptop screens) of traditional devices #edu11 #E11_SESS141

RT @adaycalledzero: IPad2 camera anxd recording capabilities are extremely useful in performance-based classes #edu11 #E11_SESS141

Giving faculty a small appstore credit allows them to explore pedagogical uses of the iPad #edu11 #E11_SESS141

RT @adaycalledzero: Giving faculty a small appstore credit allows them to explore pedagogical uses of the iPad #edu11 #E11_SESS141

Volume licensing for iPads: volume.itunes.apple.com #edu11 #E11_SESS141

Imaging iPads: setup and backup one device, restore and update the rest #edu11 #E11_SESS141 http://t.co/PKzSVaFO


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