Presenter: Gary Bender We’ll look at a variety of iOS apps that can be used to open and edit documents. Link to resources discussed at this presentation: iOS Apps for E&O docs
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Presenter: Nina Kominiak This session discusses using iOS devices for field work from note taking to sample analysis.
Presenter: Nina Kominiak The workshop will address developing apps for an academic environment.
Presenter: Liz Humrickhouse We’ll look at apps that allow you to synchronize your information across multiple devices and platforms. Resources discussed at this presentation: Presentation slides Syncing Information Across Multiple Devices
Presenter: Gary Bender We’ll discuss ways that an iPad might be used in an instructional setting. Link to resources discussed at this presentation. Watch the recorded session.
Presenters: Jennifer Moss & Christen Bouffard Augmented reality provides a way to associate virtual information and media with real-world objects. In this session we will look at both target-based and location-based AR and how you can easily implement your own AR for projects at school, in your community, and for …
Presenter: Ilana Kingsley We’ll look at apps for accessing Rasmuson Library eBooks, discuss availability of eBooks from different vendors, and look at apps for accessing research databases. This will be a hands on activity, so bring your mobile device! Link to resources discussed at this presentation. Watch it Live (Mac …
Presenter: Skip Via We’ll explore the many facets of mobile audio, from creating simple memos to managing full-on audio editing and production. Bring your mobile device(s); you’ll be able to download target apps and share your own apps with other participants. Resources/apps discussed at this presentation: Managing Mobile Audio Audio …