Submitted by Dawn Sweet
The College of Education and Human Services would like to extend the following invitation to all members of this committee:
As part of COEHShowcase: COEHS Week 2010, Mollie Sterling, Apple representative will be presenting an interactive hands-on session using Apple technologies such as the MacBook, iPod Touch and more! Please join us by registering at the link below!
Experience the innovation Apple is bringing to education.
Today, students are learning in more places than just the classroom, and educators are finding new ways to reach them anytime, anywhere.
At this event, you’ll learn how Apple products help make content creation, collaboration, and distribution incredibly easy. And how Mac, iPod, and iPhone help you deliver professional-quality presentations, podcasts, and lesson plans.
Register now at http://edseminars.apple.com/event/2520
Coming to Western Illinois University
April 20th, 2010
Mollie Sterling - HiEd Sales Development Executive | Apple Inc. | ☎ 816.332.1008 | + firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted by Chad Dennis
Article from “The Chronicle - Higher Education by By Jeff Young
Blackboard Inc. announced today that it would expand the number of services it offers via smartphones this summer. But though the company originally intended to unveil an application for Apple’s new iPad when the device hits store shelves, in April, an unexpected delay has unplugged that plan. The course-management-software provider already offers applications for iPhones and Blackberry phones but does not allow students to check grades, add comments to discussion boards, or use other features of its Learn product from those applications. Company officials say the forthcoming applications will let students and professors access just about all of the services of its course-management system from mobile devices.
Read More (http://chronicle.com/blogPost/Blackboard-Bets-on-Mobile/21949/)
Submitted by Phyllis
Article from Spectrum-Mobile Learning, Libraries, And Technologies
Introducing ACS Mobile for your iPhone or iPod Touch
ACS Mobile provides readers with a multi-journal, up-to-the-minute live stream of new peer-reviewed research content (Articles ASAPSM) published across the Society’s preeminent portfolio of scholarly research journals, including the flagship Journal of the American Chemical Society. The application also includes a “Latest News” feed from Chemical and Engineering News – the Society’s industry-leading magazine and preferred source of online news for its more than 161,000 member professionals. [snip]
Submitted by Dawn Sweet
Article from Campus Technology, written by Denise Harrison (3/10/10)
Da-Lite has introduced a new accessory for its lecterns that allows an instructor to deliver presentations directly from an iPod or iPhone. The new universal iPod dock accessory can be recessed into the reading surface of any Da-Lite lectern.
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