Posts Tagged "product"

nErD Talk with Nick and Dan – Batman

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Mixes | 0 comments

I got to talk today with Nick Provenzano about my Teach like Batman post. It was fun.

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A simple set of #edcamp kickoff slides

Posted by on Aug 12, 2013 in Mixes | 0 comments

In doing my part to make things a little bit easier for Edcamp organizers, here’s my slide deck that I use to kickoff an event. Please feel free to copy and remix to suit your own Edcamp.

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Building Digital Texts on the iPad

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Mixes | 2 comments

Below I’ve embedded my slide deck for my six-hour workshop I’m presenting tomorrow at the MTA Summer Conference on Building Digital Texts on the iPad. Six hours. Solo....

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Reading ePub documents on your iOS device or Computer

Posted by on Jun 17, 2013 in Mixes | 2 comments

Later this week I should be posting lots of student projects from this year that I haven’t had a chance to post yet! Many of the projects this year were created in Book Creator for iPad, which creates an ePub file, which is an electronic book format. The advantage of the electronic book format is that it allows students to insert audio and video into their books. The negative is that there aren’t many options for how you can read those books. Up until a couple of months ago, your only option was using iBooks on an iOS device. Now, fortunately, there’s another option on the computer. This post will describe both ways of reading student work created...

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#edcampBOS: An embarrassment of riches #edcamp

Posted by on May 5, 2013 in Mixes | 3 comments

I’m honestly still having a hard time processing Edcamp Boston this weekend, because even in comparison to the many other events that I’ve been fortunate enough to attend and organize, this one really stood out as one of the best Edcamps ever. Seriously. No joke. No hyperbole. My high water mark for Edcamps before this was Edcamp Philly last year, and Boston at least equaled that. It’s a funny thing, but I think it takes a city a few years to really click with Edcamp. The first couple of years there’s a lot to learn as a starting point. New tool, new pd format, new people, new everything. if you look at the schedule for a typical first-time...

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