Apps for Use in and out of the Classroom

During a recent professional development activity, faculty members shared different iPad apps they’re using in and out of the classroom. Here is a list of some of the apps discussed and where you can go to find more information about each.

Apps

Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark is an app that allows you to create digital designs, or visual stories.

BiblioBoard Library

BiblioBoard Library is an app that allows you to access digital books, images, articles, documents, audio, and video.

Flipboard

Flipboard is an app that acts as a pocket-sized magazine. It allows you to access stories, photos, and videos of interest to you.

MathBot

MathBot is an app that allows you to use a math keyboard to easily create equations.

Mendeley

Mendeley is an app that allows you to organize and annotate PDFs. It syncs across all your devices and content is accessible offline.

Pocket

Pocket is an app that allows you to save articles, videos, or links to access later. It syncs across all your devices and content is accessible offline.

Slack

Slack is an app that allows you to message and share files with individuals or groups. It syncs across all your devices.

TeamViewer

TeamViewer is an app that allows you to remotely control Windows, Mac, and Linux computers. It also allows you to remotely access unattended computers, such as servers.

TouchCast Studio

TouchCast Studio is an app that allows you to present anything, including webpages, files, images, and videos. It also allows you to record presentations to share.

Ulysses Mobile

Ulysses Mobile is an app that allows you to work on every phase of the writing process, including editing. Writings can be exported into PDFs, webpages, eBooks, and Word documents. It also syncs across all your devices.

Wunderlist

Wunderlist is an app that allows you to create and share to-do lists and tasks. It syncs across all your devices.

Accessories

Here are some iPad accessories that may interest you. When purchasing accessories, make sure you purchase ones that are compatible with your specific device.

Origami keyboard stand

Adonit jot stylus
http://ipadacademy.com/choosing-a-stylus-for-your-ipad-tips-recommendations/
http://www.adonit.net/

Do you have any apps or accessories you currently use that you’d like to share with other faculty members? Email us, and we’ll add your ideas to the list!