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    Show what you know [Infographic] – Updated

    February 5th, 2013

    I liked Tony Vincent’s excellent Infographic on apps that can be used for different activities. He has now updated it. Click image for a larger version.

    Show What You Know Infographic by Tony Vincent

    This is a really useful visual guide to apps, both mobile, but also importantly similar apps that can be accessed through a browser (not everyone has an iPad).

    Nowadays teachers and students have a variety of ways to show what they know and to express themselves. Take a look at some of the hottest online and mobile tools for showing, explaining, and retelling in my infographic, “Show What You Know Using Web & Mobile Apps.” These tools can turn students into teachers and teachers into super-teachers! Furthermore, most of the apps listed in the infographic are free of charge.

    Update

    Replaced apps that are no longer available.
    Updated some app icons.
    Added sections for Slide Presentations and Posters.

    Via Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand Blog.


    Show what you know [Infographic]

    November 8th, 2012

    Quite like this Infographic from Tony Vincent on apps that can be used for different activities. Click image for a larger version.

     Show What You Know Using Web & Mobile Apps [Infographic]

    Nowadays teachers and students have a variety of ways to show what they know and to express themselves. Take a look at some of the hottest online and mobile tools for showing, explaining, and retelling in my infographic, “Show What You Know Using Web & Mobile Apps.” These tools can turn students into teachers and teachers into super-teachers! Furthermore, most of the apps listed in the infographic are free of charge.

    Via Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand Blog, where you can also download a PDF version.


    Mobile Technologies in the Library

    May 9th, 2012

    These are the slides from the keynote presentation I gave at the Mobile Technologies Information Sharing Event in Birmingham.

    The aim of the keynote was to remind those attending where we had come from, where we are and where we might be going. It was important to ask the question with all the mobile technologies that are currently available, why aren’t they already embedded into the provision of library services?