Monthly Archives: December 2012

How to Make it Mandatory to Attach a File in a SharePoint List

I had a request this week for help creating a SharePoint list on our Intranet that would make it mandatory to attach a file when completing a list form. People promise to send requested information at a later time and then neglect … Continue reading

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Screenshot – Frame Maker iPad App and School Schedule as iPad Wallpaper

Our school is on a block schedule and it’s not easy to remember exactly when a period ends or begins. I’ve changed my iPad wallpaper to our school schedule. I almost always have my iPad close at hand, so now … Continue reading

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The Writing on the Wall and Other Things They Took Away

Twitter for Educators Last week at the request of one of our teachers I led a collaborative session about using Twitter to create your PLN (Personal Learning Network). I’m an enthusiastic Twitter user and love sharing and receiving information. Twitter … Continue reading

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BeFunky Free iPad App for Your Photos

As I’ve said before, for educators and students in the K12 environment, it’s a good idea when possible to use your own photos. Quite ordinary shots can be altered in so many ways to change the feeling a viewer will … Continue reading

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Having Fun With the Retromatic iPad-iPhone App

I downloaded the Retromatic app which was free yesterday, but is back to $1.99 today at the iTunes store. Retromatic helps you create posters that look similar to the diner posters from 50 or 60 years ago. I used it … Continue reading

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Foolproof Art Studio for iPhone (works on iPad) Free Today

Today AppsGonefree is featuring the program Foolproof Art Studio for iPhone. Usually $1.99, it’s free today. Since it is compatible with the iPad, I downloaded to try it out. This is another of those little apps that does not have … Continue reading

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PicShop iPad App Free Today

The PicShop app which is usually $4.99 is free today through AppGratis. The program has some great filters and effects, some interesting frames and you can have fun with text and make some basic edits. It is straightforward, with no directions necessary, and … Continue reading

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Flipped Learning Workshop

I attended an all day workshop on Saturday and wanted to offer some bullet points of suggestions, ideas, or even random thoughts that were offered throughout the day at the various sessions I attended. These are not listed in any particular … Continue reading

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Inspiration For Educators Thinking of Flipping

I attended an all-day flipping session today which I hope to post a recap about tomorrow. Tonight, to relax, I started reading a book that I downloaded earlier in the week by Lee Lefever, The Art of Explanation: Making your … Continue reading

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