Here are some of the notes I took during iPadPalooza 2016 in Austin, TX.
I opened Garageband on my iPad and found a project I must have started a while ago with only two tracks on it (both keyboards). I added an 8 bar drum intro and then a bunch of fun layers. It's like 1990's PC computer game music.
Another draft of some quotes and graphics we'll be putting out regularly when the book is published in one month.
Making a slide for a presentation at iPadPalooza in Austin, TX, I used the draw fill to make Willy Wonka-style lettering.
I completed a proofread of a chapter I wrote as the first author for the Handbook of Research on Mobile Learning in the Contemporary Classroom to be published later this summer. I learned that I will probably never actually see a hard copy of it because it is way too expensive to purchase, though through Teachers College Library I should at least see the electronic access.
I'll be at quite a few conferences over the next couple of weeks and plan to do some sketchnoting. I did a google search for 'nice color palettes', clicked on the first result, and was pleased with what was shared by the author of the blog (Digital Telepathy). Using the cutout tool and the eye dropper, I can easily save and setup Explain Everything to have some nice color combinations for me to choose from.
Derived from a sample of an iPad on someone's spacebar that makes a funny repeating noise.
We're working on some images to share the work of those whom we turned to when writing the book. My goal is to make one a day (all using Explain Everything). Let's see if Michelle stumbles upon this on social media!
I had never used iCloud Drive with intention until yesterday when I made a tutorial as part of a promotion with a company called Finalsite. Wow - it was super easy to export something there and then access it from a website that allows a file upload. You can see my demo below (not final version) of creating some notes in EE, exporting as PDF to iCloud Drive, and then uploading to a course site on Finalsite's LMS.
I wanted to create a scenario where an exported video from Explain Everything was playing on top of screen recording of my making the video in Explain Everything. In iMovie 10, you can put a second video clip on the timeline, then select it, and choose 'Picture in Picture' from the dropdown menu.
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