You can create an instructional video for your students. All steps can be done on your iPad:
1. Use CloudOn or Docs to Go or any wordprocessing or notetaking app to outline the flow of your video. If you use a notetaking app like Paperport Notes or Pages then you can draw your steps (storyboarding) [...]
A little nibbler that you may find interesting. Link to a map of iPad deployments for Fall 2012 (not a great map and clearly an underestimate ,but you’ll get the idea).
Daphne found this article on movement evaluation apps:
Notetaking: write a note to self. There are lots of notetaking options. There are the basic Notes app that comes with the iPad, NotesPlus, Passport Notes, Evernote, and more. Tablets are great for just getting an idea down for development later.
Email that note to self or to someone else. Your text can be copied [...]
It’s possible to streamline the task of grading papers by using an iPad. Begin by asking your students to send their papers to you in the PDF format. Then,
1. Receive email with attachment. It is a student paper (PDF). 2. Click on the attachment’s icon so that you now see the attachment preview. Use [...]
These ideas comprise a short list of how faculty are currently using iPads to the benefit of their teaching: • Carrying textbooks or ebooks • Instant search capability • Online video instruction • Create digital educational apps • Digital demos • Grading papers • Interactive texts • Collaboration • Fieldwork • “Live” newspapers—creating and reading [...]
So a couple of apps I like:
JotNot Pro: Let’s you take photos and turn them into multi-page pdf documents. So if I need something on the fly, I can take pics with the iphone or ipad (I have the old one w/out a camera) and lets you make them into a single pdf emailable [...]
Sometimes, you will visit a website that has a video that you will want to play but find that it does not work on your iPad. Flash multimedia does not work on iPads. To date, there has been no business agreement between Adobe and Apple.