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So you think you know your phone
Confession: I love my iPhone and I thought I knew how to use it, until I attended Michelle Luhtala’s latest edWeb webinar.
I couldn’t make the session live, but I am actually kinda glad I watched it first in archived form. The recording allowed me to pause and take a good look at the features and functions I didn’t know I had or didn’t really know how to exploit.
For instance, I am now convinced that voice texting is the only way to go and I can use my flashlight and alarm clock without unlocking. But that’s only the tip of the iPhone!
With the prevalence of smartphone technology, educators can build application fluency in their own productivity and learning so that when the time comes, they will have the skill and expertise to help students and colleagues transition into mobile learning. edWeb’s Emerging Tech community dedicated this session to apps that will save educators’ time that can be redirected toward better use.
Here are Michelle’s apps in Pearltrees format.
Filed under: #tlelem, apps, ipads, smart phones, technology, webinars
About Joyce Valenza
Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza
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