Posts Tagged 'tablets'

Notes on an iPad – IAWriter or Byword?

2 writing apps for the iPad @DavidLeeKing

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7 #Android #Nexus7 #Handwriting recognition and note-taking apps

App suggestions for taking handwritten notes on Android tablets. Read @Around the Corner

iPad workflows – getting work on/off your iPad

iPads work differently than computers … they have a different workflow. How to share work easily with others. Read… @Around the Corner

Taking [handwritten] notes on your iPad

Suggestions for iPad apps that work with a stylus. Read @AroundtheCorner

Sketching with the Jot Pro: an affordable precise stylus

Styluses have come a long way for tablets… The Jot Pro is one of the improved styluses and it’s affordable. Read on @ProfJosh

What’s Izik? Introducing a swipier, slashier search

Specially for tablets, Izik by Blekko is a new, free search app for iPad and android. Results are organized by contextual categories in an image-rich page, with convenient options for social sharing… Read on @LibraryJournal

“Rethinking reference and instruction with tablets”

This (chapter fr. Library Technology Reports) gives a quick overview of tablets and their popularity, then considers the role they are playing in the evolution of reference and instructional services in the academic library… Read on Related: Preparing for iPad implementation & Integrating tablets into library services


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