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Aurasma: Augmented Reality

We are super-psyched about using Aurasma at the upcoming May instructional coach network here at Region 13.  If you haven’t heard, Aurasma is a free app that helps you integrate videos, links, pics, or other media that come alive when a person hovers their smartphone or tablet camera over an image in the real world. […]

iPad Video Editing App – Free for Limited Time

Hello readers.  I was informed of an iPad app that I think you might want to hurry and get. It is free for only a limited time.  http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pinnacle-studio/id552100086?mt=8 Pinnacle Studio is a pretty robust video editing suite and seems very easy to learn to use.  I can imaging classrooms of students using the camera feature […]

Case Study: How One School District Uses Project Share/OnTRACK with Students

Greetings readers, This post is most specifically for high school core area teachers, curriculum staff and Project Share administrators. With all the buzz and activity surrounding OnTRACK courses for students, I thought you would appreciate viewing how one school district , Tyler ISD, has organized this effort. They have a 7 minute YouTube video  that […]

Unblocking YouTube with “YouTube for Schools”

Hello Technology and Library Leaders, Is YouTube blocked for students and/or teachers at your school? Bits and pieces of information have been shared concerning participating in YouTube for Schools.  I wanted to share this link with you for your consideration. http://ipsi.utexas.edu/youtubeforschools.html 😎  Short Description of YouTube for Schools: “YouTube for Schools provides educators with an […]

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