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The Unsung Tech Hero: iPod Classic

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I’ve had (and still got, somewhere) an iPod Mini, iPod Nano, iPod Touch, and my iPod Classic. Why am I still favouring the unpopular Classic over the other more fashionable or stylish iPods. Fact or not, I don't care … I want one (iPod Tablet). mLearning; Tricks to using the iPod Touch in class. Technology App Apple iPhone iPod MP3

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13 Tips for Recording Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod

Visual Lounge

To prevent iTunes from launching all the time: Open iTunes and click iTunes > Preferences… > Devices tab > Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically. The post 13 Tips for Recording Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod appeared first on TechSmith Blogs. It’s easier than ever to capture activity on your iOS device screen and turn it into a movie.

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Gramophone to IPod: What Has the Journey Got to do with E-learning Development

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The world of audio players has come a long way in the last 70 years, from the days of the Gramophone to today’s iPods. The Wearability Era. >Devices such as the iPod have changed the way people listen to audio. The last and current phase in the evolution of audio players has resulted in technological innovations such as the iPod. Change is the only constant.

Maybe digital isn’t all it’s cracked up to be?

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So, the past few winter’s I’ve been holed up in the spare room with 300+ vinyl records (I’m sure we had more) and the turntable, ripping them, adding to iTunes, loading cover art and track listings, transferring to my iPod and listening to my childhood and teenage years in the car during the daily commute. eLearning Blended Learning Digital Culture Digital Learning Digital Pedagogue eBook eBooks EdTech EdTechBook Education Technology Educational Technology Facebook iPad iPod Learning Technology Pedagogy Social Learning Social Media Social Network Twitter

Happy 12th Birthday iPod! [The Beginning of the Mobile Revolution]

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Apple iPod vs. Diamond Rio MP3 Player. Twelve years ago yesterday, Steve Jobs and Apple introduced the first iPod using the amazing tagline: 1,000 songs in your pocket. Many people may argue that it was the iPhone in 2007 that catapulted the mobile revolution forward, but I believe the iPhone wouldn’t have existed without the iPod. Happy 12th Birthday iPod!

Why is plagiarism such a big deal in our universities?

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” Plagiarism or copying could, for some, be the easy way out of a difficult situation, but hard work or creativity can produce wonders – just look at the impact the first Apple iPod or iPhone had on their respective markets. Video Assessment eAssessment iPhone iPod Plagiarism Student Experience YouTubeYouTube: Why is plagiarism such a big deal in our universities?

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Future of Technology in Education App #FOTE12

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Future of Technology in Education Conference (iPhone/iPad/iPod) : If you’re considering attending the Future of Technology in Education FOTE conference this year then you may want to think about downloading the dedicated App for it (also available for Android devices). “The FOTE12 app offers delegates of the conference all relevant event information in the palm of their hand.”

‘Dermandar’ Photography App

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Dermandar (iPod/iPhone App): I like panorama photos, especially when done well and you can spin the full 360 degrees and see a room, courtyard, scenery, sport venue, etc. Apps App Application Facebook iPhone iPod Panorama Photography twiWhile this is not necessarily the ‘best’ it is still good and worth the price (free!). How Zen! ” – Wall Street Journal.

‘PlainText’ App

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Apps App Dropbox eLearning iPad iPhone iPod iTunesPlainText (iPhone, iPad):  I’ve only just downloaded this app but I can already see the benefits of being able to makes notes and work on documents and store/transfer them through  Dropbox. “PlainText is a simple text editor with an uncomplicated, paper-like user interface. Related posts: ‘DropBox’ App.

Poll – How much would you (realistically) pay for an eTextbook?

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Poll Apple eBook eLearning eTextbook iPad iPhone iPodThere is a rumour that an imminent Apple event is going to concentrate on two large educational projects, a subject area that was close to the heart for Apple’s co-founder, Steve Jobs. They noted that while these interviews have indeed been worked on, there is no confirmation that they relate to this upcoming event.”

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Amazon Cloud Player App

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Amazon Cloud Player (iPhone, iPad, iPod) : If, like me, you download music from Amazon you already know that the DRM-free files load easily into iTunes and play nicely (and with good quality sound reproduction) on all iOS devices. Listen to your music collection from the cloud on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad anywhere you are. So, to the app … “Your music. Everywhere.

Photosynth Panorama App

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Photosynth (iPad, iPhone, iPod) : I’ve tried a few apps that stitch photos together and produce a seamless panorama ( DMD Dermandar  is one I’ve mentioned before) but this one is the best I’ve found that enables not only 360 degree horizontal rotation but also vertically too. Apps App Application iOS iPad iPhone iPod Photography Smart PhoneBiome, Eden Project.

PowerPoint 2008 for the Mac: Give a Presentation From Your iPod

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that just so happens to be conveniently located on your iPod/iPod touch/iPhone. Note: In addition to an an iPod/iPod Touch/iPhone, you will also need  iPhoto version 6 or later to complete this activity. Open iTunes and connect your iPod to your computer. Click the iPod icon under the Devices category at the left of the window. Click Send to iPhoto.

‘Chrome’ Browser App

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Chrome (iPad/iPhone/iPod) : Up until now I’ve been using the standard Safari that the iPad and iPhone come loaded with (in secure mode) for all browsing, but recently Google Chrome appeared in the App Store. On your iPhone and iPod touch, flip through tabs the way you would fan a deck of cards. Apps App Browser Google iOS iPad iPhone iPodPick up right where you left off.”

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Top Learning, Technology & Media Links: Weekly Digest – 9

Upside Learning

What if young people were encouraged to view their mobile phones, cameras, and iPods as learning devices and tools for critical citizenship and engagement in their communities? 100 Ways to Use Your iPod to Learn and Study Better. From downloadable podcasts to just-for-iPod study guides and applications, learning on the go has never been easier. This infographic depicts how.

Games for the Six and Under Crowd (iPod Touch/iPhone)

Learning Visions

My kids have discovered my iPod Touch. My 10 month old thinks the smooth, shininess of the iPod is a perfect thing to chew on. Tags: iPod Touch games Kids They're as hooked as I am. Last night my daughter hid it from me after I told her it was time to go to bed. (I didn't miss it until she was asleep and found it in the nightstand after a bit of searching). What's all the fuss?

Demonstrating the iPod/iPhone browsing ability

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I’ve been trying to show colleague how different websites work (or don’t, as the case may be) on an iPod Touch or iPhone (whichever you have). The difficulty is getting more than one person, in a classroom environment, to be in a position to view the screen at the same time (I don’t have spare iPods [.]. Tags: Technology iPhone iPod

Solitaire App

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Sol Free Solitaire (iPhone/iPod) : If you’ve a few minutes to spare between appointments or you’re sat in the dentists waiting room trying to ignore the sound of the dentists drill, then you don’t want to get involved in complicated gaming, you want a simple game of solitaire. Apps App Games iPhone iPodRelated posts: ‘Chrome’ Browser App. MarbleCam App.

‘Generation Y’ is dead, long live ‘Generation T’

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Generation Y / Gen-Y Android Blackberry Blog Chromebook Games Generation T Generation X Generation Y Generation Z Google iPad iPhone iPod Podcast Smart Phone Social Network Tablet Twitter Video Web 2.0 The Greatest Generation: Veterans of World War II (born 1901-1924). The Silent Generation: Also known as ‘War Babies’ (born 1925-1945). Amazing Must Watch! Wiki YouTube

‘PetrolPrices Pro’ App

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Once you sign in to the app (same sign in used on the website) you can search via postcode or use your iPhone or iPod location to search in a 2, 5, 10, 15, or 20 mile radius of where you are. Apps App iOS iPhone iPod Petrol Utility“PetrolPrices Pro is the official iPhone application from ” Petrol Prices £2.99 :  [link].

iPhone/iPod/Moode: one click to Moodle button

Ignatia Webs

Some of our volunteer testers of the iPhone/iPod/Moodle web-application have indicated that they struggled a bit with having to login again each time they went out of the application. The team has enabled easy access by offering a 'home button' that can be put on your iPhone/iPod screen and with which you can simply login with one click. Hope this helps!

10Q: Cathy N. Davidson

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When I read the summary, I remembered that Cathy had been the prime mover in one of the first large scale iPod education projects at Duke University several years before. What did you learn from your iPod experiment at Duke University? We only gave the shiny new Duke-branded iPods "free" to first year students. iPods Cathy DavidsonCathy N. Then it all clicked. browser).

Opera mini for iPhone/iPod on our mobile Moodle application: great!

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Well, last week Opera launched its iPhone and iPod opera mini application and what a treat it is. Tags: moodle opera mini opera ipod iphone A couple of years ago I was simply playing with Opera mini (simply the best mobile browser: speed, strength and opening sites that would not open up with other browsers). During the Future of Mobile I met the fantastic Chris Mills.

Reading: “Learning on the go with an iPod Touch”

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It seems I can’t get away from mobile learning / mLearning and the iPod at the moment. From my previous post about the rumours of the new iPod Tablet to previous posts about how to use iPods in classes and learning environments, I just came across this: Association of Learning Technology: Learning on the go with [.]. mLearning eDelivery eLearning eResources iPod iTunes Mobile Learning Presentation Social Network Technology Video Web 2.0

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Are iPads on their way to replacing computers in K-12 schools? It sure looks that way. recent survey of district tech directors found that all were testing or deploying tablet devices—and they expect them to outnumber computers by 2016. If you have kids in the K-12 grades better get ahead of this curve to help them succeed. Education elearning K-12 Education Learning Social Learning

Gadgets, Games and Gizmos: iPods Morph

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Rumor has it that Apple is in the process of creating Wi-Fi enabled iPods. This coupled with Nike's iPod enabled shoe, once again show how gadgets can be used to transfer knowledge from one place to another.wi-fi allows for easy transfer. via Gizmodo via digitimes via AppleInsider.

Rock and a hard place

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Perhaps Shelly meant that schools should invest in iPads, or the more affordable mini-iPads? (er, I mean iPod Touches) Now there's an idea. I can think of a whole raft of ideas for learning activities using iPods as a tool. iPod Touch iPad IWB mobile technology Shelly TerrellHere's what she said: "Personally, I feel $$ better spent on mobile devices in classrooms vs IWBs."

Freshers: 1992 vs 2012

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2012 – with iPod and iPhone, and probably iPad too (or Blackberry’s, or Android, or cloud storage ), in their pockets they’re taking hundreds of albums and thousands of MP3s. Blogging Android Blackberry Facebook Fresher iPad iPhone iPod MP3 Playlist TurnItIn TwitterWe were all in the same boat. Here’s why. It’s too easy. oh damn, I just did! Image Source.

Unlikely source for teaching advice?

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With the iPod set to random whilst driving home tonight I had a blast from the past and had The Wildhearts’ track ‘Lovesh*t” blaring out – and then remembered these lyrics moments before I heard them: “Teacher, teacher won’t you open your eyes, teach me something that I need to know?” eLearning iPod Lyrics Teacher” How much do we hear this at the moment, that classess and education needs to be more ‘relevant’ (bearing in mind this track was recorded in 1993)?

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e-Learning Acupuncture: iPod as a training aid in sports

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Wednesday, July 05, 2006 iPod as a training aid in sports A colleague of mine sat down in my cubicle this morning and told me about a recent story where Major League Baseball pitchers are using the iPod Video to review video of opposing batters from previous games. This portable iPod technology has potential for future developments that are very relevant to distance education.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Games for the Six and Under Crowd (iPod Touch/iPhone)

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Friday, April 17, 2009 Games for the Six and Under Crowd (iPod Touch/iPhone) My kids have discovered my iPod Touch. My 10 month old thinks the smooth, shininess of the iPod is a perfect thing to chew on. Posted by Cammy Bean at 10:08 AM Labels: games , iPod Touch , Kids 3comments: Karyn Romeis said. Theyre as hooked as I am. Whats all the fuss? He loved it. eLearnin.

mLearning; Tricks to using the iPod Touch in class

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mLearning Echo360 eLearning iPod iTunes Presentation Technology Web 2.0I’ve written previously on using mobile devices in class, and have made reference to quite a few excellent resources in my re-Tweets on Twitter. thought I’d bring some of the best together in one post as I often find myself forgetting where I put them. Screen-grab For those times when you want to display what is [.].

Just an excuse to use my iPod touch.

ID Reflections

My first attempt at writing a post using my iPod. While not as optimal as the bigger laptop screen, there's a lot that can be said in favor of the mobility. I can see the advantages of this when 1. Waiting at an airport, 2. Caught in traffic (a frequent phenomenon), 3. When doing a quick, short update

Thank God my iPod broke

Clive on Learning

I got my first iPod at Xmas 2004 and was completely happy with it. My old iPod broke down and presented me with a little icon with a frowning face. It seems to be incompatible with my dock and my special iPod speakers, but boy does it looks great (I went for black), has all my music videos and photos installed and even synchronises with my Outlook calendar and contact list. That's until the new ones arrived with colour screens and video capability. It's a good job Apple products are so unreliable. Anyway, a blessing. just wish it was made by Apple rather than Sony

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