The following apps have been recommended by faculty teaching using the iPad Pro
Good general purpose app for annotating pdfs or note taking with the pencil. It can also record sound annotations.
Sample Grading Workflow
- Collect student work through a Moodle assignments
- On a computer, download all student files from Moodle in a zip file, unzip the file, and copy the files to Google Drive or Dropbox.
- On the iPad Pro, open the files from Google Drive or Dropbox, and mark up as needed.
- Save the modified file back to Google Drive or Dropbox.
- On a computer, zip all the marked-up files and upload back to Moodle
It might be surprising to see a Microsoft product on this list, but OneNote works well for keeping both handwritten and typed notes organized. You can choose to sync your notes to a Microsoft website where they can be automatically shared with your students.
Explain Everything makes it easy to record screencasts. This is useful for creating 5-10 minute explanations or mini-lectures. Explain Everything records pen strokes and a voiceover, which can be exported as a video.
An online version of PowerPoint. Makes it easy to work on, display, and share your presentation from any computer or tablet with Internet access.
ITS has installed Apple TV's in many classrooms. Using Airplay you can project the iPad display to the Apple TV wirelessly. For information on using AirPlay from an iPad, see Apple's AirPlay help page. If you'd like a demonstration, please contact Media Services (x6201, avbox).