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Microsoft Apps in iTunes App Store for FREE!

Posted by kcaise on March 27, 2014 in apps and gaming |

Today when I was browsing through the iTunes App Store, I discovered that Microsoft (MS) has released a FREE version of the MS Office Suite including PowerPoint. When I present at conferences, I want to pare down the equipment I take with to use to present and am able to do that now on the […]

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‘Shoot for your Star’ with a FableVision App

Posted by kcaise on March 18, 2014 in apps and gaming, curriculum, Mobile Devices |

If you haven’t checked out the free FableVision (FV) resources lately I highly encourage you to do so. FV does make some great software and you can download free trials to see how your students engage with the content. Additionally, there is an area of free resources for teachers to download, print and share with […]

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Air Server or the Reflector App to Mirror an iPad?

Posted by kcaise on January 24, 2014 in blogging |

I have several online and offline presentations coming up in the next few months and am having trouble deciding whether to go with AirServer or the Reflector app to mirror an iPad. I haven’t used either one before so this will be a new endeavor for me. I don’t have access or own an Apple […]

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iTunes isn’t the Only Educational App Game in Town Anymore

Posted by kcaise on November 13, 2013 in blogging |

iTunes isn’t the only ‘game’ in town to find educational apps to use with students in the classroom anymore. I use the term ‘game’ facetiously in the title of this post as we know iTunes has tons of apps for use in the classroom with students and learners of all ages on a variety of […]

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Glide App – Free 50 GBs of Storage Space

Posted by kcaise on April 23, 2013 in Miscellaneous |

Glide, created by Transmedia,¬†announced an all new app/service for use on a Windows 8 or Android device. According to Google Play, Glide, Glide connects your devices and cloud services so that you have access to all of your files no matter where they are stored. With Glide you can easily share and publish files and […]

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Snapchat isn’t What it Claims to Be

Posted by kcaise on March 29, 2013 in blogging, Mobile Devices |

Ever heard of the app ‘‘Snapchat”? The app claims that you can take pics and set a time limit that the image is visible to those that you send the picture to. This isn’t exactly the case as anyone can take a snapshot or screenshot of the image and keep the photo permanently, share it […]

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Come Join us at the TX DEN #Appy Hour iCafe

Come Join the TX DEN for our first Tweet Chat Appy Hour on Twitter ~ Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 at 6pm CST with hashtag #appyhour. During this fun hour of learning, the TX DEN will lead discussions on using Apps effectively throughout the content areas in k-12 education. While its important to know the best […]

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