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Using iPads in Education

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    iMovie makes it easy to browse and share the HD video you shoot on your iOS device.

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Five apps for scanning documents on your iPhone

Whether you're in school or running a business, being able to scan documents on the go can be extremely useful.

 (Credit: Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/CNET)

(Credit: Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/CNET)

Note-taking and annotating apps

Notability: A flexible app that lets you take handwritten or typed notes, as well as read and annotate images and PDFs. You can record audio notes that are “synced” with your typed or hand-written ones (it lets you listen to the part of the meeting or lecture that corresponded to the time you took down particular lines or phrases) It also exports its contents to, among other options, Dropbox and iTunes. The iTunes export is especially useful, since you can just pluck your annotated files off iTunes when you plug in the iPad.



    InClass is a free iPhone and iPad app that could be a very useful tool for students carrying those devices. InClass provides students with tools for taking text, audio, and video notes. Students can also use the app to take pictures of hand-outs, slides, and other valuable information that they see in class.

    Taking notes is not all that InClass can be used for. It can also be used as a task management tool to help students keep track of their schedules and due dates. To share notes, images, videos, and schedules students can connect InClass to their Facebook accounts.

    Read more in Richard Byrne's blog post


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