Tag: ios

DropBox to Pages and Back Again on an IOS Device

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013


I have frequently used Pages on either my iPhone or iPad for taking notes, for reading documents, or for minor editing.  One issue I have always had with using Pages is that it was somewhat challenging to get documents in and out of it.  I usually resorted to e-mailing myself the document.  About a year […]

Digital Learning Badges at Purdue

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012


Studio by Purdue is proud to announce Passport, a digital badge learning platform developed here at Purdue University. Passport allows instructors to create challenges that a student can complete to earn badges. Purdue’s Passport platform integrates with Mozilla Open Badges. Bill Watson, an assistant professor in Curriculum and Instruction, was instrumental in the creation behind […]

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Morning Musings: FaceTime(beta) now available for Macs! Are you going to use it?

Thursday, October 21st, 2010


Officially launched yesterday shortly after their ‘Back to Mac’ release keynote, Apple has launched a beta release of FaceTime for Mac computers (Snow Leopard or higher).  The popular FaceTime video chat protocol was previously available for iPhone 4 and new iPod touch users with the inception of the front facing camera on the device.  FaceTime […]

Morning Musings: Amazon kindle books outselling hardcover

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010


With the emergence of Apple’s iPad, many have been wondering if there was still a place in the world for the Amazon Kindle or similar least robust or less featured e-readers.  Well, it turns out there is.  In 2010 Kindle books have been outpacing Hardcover books in sales from Amazon, and the actual e-readers have […]

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