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iPad and Language Drills – Using Google Docs and Evernote for Communication

One unique factor about Dartmouth is the inclusion of language drills, a period of time where students are drilled on various types of phrases in a certain language. This method of language drilling is part of the John Rassias method,

Posted in 2013 Projects, Apps, Arts & Humanities, Blog, Case Studies, Collaborating, Ed Tech, Giving Feedback

Skitch (by Evernote)

This is an awesome FREE quick fix for Snag it.  Allows you to start with a blank document, photo, or screen shot of your whole screen or just a portion of it, and annotate the heck out of it to

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MP3 Cutter

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MP3 Cutter is a free online editing tool that, simply, clips audio files and saves them onto your desktop.  Very useful for the beginner edtech learner, and no installation required. http://cut-mp3.com/

Posted in Apps, Audio Editing, Blog, Multi-media

Augmented Reality and Interactive Storytelling

Overview: One of the assessment activities in the Interactive Storytelling course was for students to craft interactive narratives using locative media and mobile technologies that were then playable on cell phones. The assessment addressed three of the objectives for the

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Posted in 2012 Projects, Apps, Arts & Humanities, Augmented Reality, Creating, Educational Games, Storytelling

iPad User’s Group meeting

iPad loaner program – any Dartmouth faculty interested in borrowing an iPad for two weeks to try it out, contact Educational.Technologies@dartmouth.edu. iPad resources web site maintained by Edu Tech group: http://researchguides.dartmouth.edu/teachingwithipads Short article published in eLearn Magazine on May 17,

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