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Inside our first collaborative studio, Scoot & Doodle on G+ Hangouts, young people connect face-to-face, teaming up with others to tackle creative challenges, draw, tell stories, do homework and collaborate on projects in real-time. All this is done while naturally practicing … Continue reading
L’Escapadou is a family design studio dedicated to creating fun, creative and entertaining apps for iPad and iPhone, with a focus on educational apps for kids. We are a homeschooling family, and watching our children – 4 and 7 years … Continue reading
There are plenty of apps you can use in education. There are even apps created specifically for use in education. Apple has a whole category dedicated to education in the App store. But how do you really know which ones … Continue reading
Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. … Continue reading
Easy Notecards is an online studying tool that uses interactive notecards to makes it quick and easy for you to learn new material. Easy Notecards is a great tool for both students and teachers. What sets Easy Notecards apart from … Continue reading
Snaplr is a simple way to capture and annotate your desktop’s activity. Its Free to download, a great addition for your email/collaboration tool. After taking your screenshot, you can highlight a specific screenshot area further with a set of drawing … Continue reading
Read After purchasing an iPhone or iPod Touch, maybe even both, you may be wondering what apps are available to support your learning in current or future adult education courses. Wonder no more! There are a number of free and … Continue reading
Read CourseSmart has released a new mobile electronic textbook app for Android OS-based smart phones and tablets, CourseSmart for Android 1.0.