I learned a lot last night. However, it seemed that there are several, perhaps many, of us, including me, who are novices with Apple products. Sometimes you went quite fast through things. So, I'd like to suggest spending a tad more time on each item you've decided we should know. As far as what's up for next week, I'm open. I suspect that my colleagues will have a significant number of questions that I'd love answers to.
I thought last night was great. I learned so many new things about ipads. I am hoping you will help us find great apps and then teach us how to use them with our classes.
I also think I need to know more about the "cloud"
I agree about the cloud. How do we manage that. I realize that there are limits unless we want to pay.
I need more cloud info too!
I'd like to learn about some apps that would be good for use in the library.
I think we could also benefit from how to email pictures, notes, etc. I've done this before but am rusty and I'm sure other people would like to know how to do this.
I loved the class last night. Siri posted for me on my Facebook page that I like her.
I would like to know more about the cloud as well. Also is there a barcode app like the inigma app? That would be awesome for inventory purposes.
Thanks, John for a great class. Since I don't know all that much about our iPads, I'll gladly defer to those who know what questions to ask. But we really covered a lot of great features last night. I can't wait to learn some more.
Great class John. I would like to learn more about QR codes. How would we use those in the library
Great class John. I haven't had any Mac experience for a couple of years, so I am thrilled to pick up the many little tricks you showed. I am most interested now in how I can use it in the library and what apps there are that would be really useful for library.
I really liked the class. Even though I have used an iPad for a while, I still learned new stuff which was great!!!! I would like to know what apps I can use on a high school level and perhaps interest the teachers enough to invest in an ipad themselves. I would also like to learn about all the little tricks to using an ipad that one does not normally learn.
Thank you for a wonderful class. I learned a ton!!! I am so new that you could probably do the same thing and I would still learn a lot. Like many above, I would love to learn how to make the ipad enhance the library job. Right now it is a fun toy for me. Please show us some good apps for the library and also show us
Great class. Friday, I tried to update at school, but did not have success. I will keep trying to get it done.
Thanks for all you do.
I transferred the class notes I took on paper to the NOTES App on my iPad last evening. Thank you for teaching us how to do this as I have had that App for a long time, but didn't know how to use it. Also, how to close apps, delete apps and show recently used apps plus much more was exciting to try last night, because your class made it clear how to do these things.
I WAS able to update the IOS by hooking to my computer iTunes! Thanks for the tip! I'd like to know the best way to find apps. Also any ideas on how I can best use the iPad to enhance my library job. Last night was great on learning how to use the iPad and I'm sure I need more of that as well.
Isn't there an app that can locate your iPad? I'm sure I'm going to set it down in the library sometime and forget where it is. I'm just like that. :/
I was talking to the techs and they wondered if there's an app that can read bar codes that could "talk" to Destiny so we could check out books with the iPad (bypass the scanner?)
I'd like to learn more about Apps to use in teaching library skills and how to get district email and calendars on the iPad.
I was able to update at home. I enjoyed using the iPad most of the weekend. It is fantastic.
It was great! Learned some good stuff. Really enjoyed the iPad videos, What NOT to do with your iPad. Looking forward to the rest of the meetings.
Thanks John for the great class! I too would like to know more about the cloud link-up with a PC which gives me trouble at home. I too would like to know how to use it in our library at the elementary level. All your tricks sure help and I appreciate the help from colleagues too!
Thanks John! I need help with the cloud, and I am eager to start using the iPad with students. I would love some ideas for student activities.
Please respond to the blog that I've specified for your training and/or class. Mahalo!