Updated: iTransfer- A Handy/Free Secure File Transfer app for Zoo Storage and Retrieval

iTransfer is a free app that can be used to safely transfer your data from an iOS device to UVM’s servers with a WiFi connection. It was recently updated,  please see the workflow and design changes below. As always, be careful when using “free” WiFi networks in coffee shops, etc. Connect to UVM resources via […]

Group Meeting Notes: September 20, 2013

Agenda: Augmented Reality and Aurasma: Audrey Homan and Susan Hennessey -30 minutes Your app or workflow recommendations: Group  -30 minutes Next Gathering?  October 18th at 9 a.m.? Agenda- Technical nitty gritty for creating Auras with Aurasma.  How can Augmented Reality and Aurasma be utilized in your classroom? More apps and workflows from the group. Augmented […]

A Few Resources

I will be blogging during tomorrow’s meeting, however, here are a few good resources just in case we run out of time: If you are transitioning to iOS 7, this is one of many sites listing new features: http://isource.com/2013/09/18/beginners-guide-to-ios7/ (via @patrickmlarkin – Assistant Principal in Burlington, MA)  and another with advice for transitioning to iOS 7 if you have […]

iPad/iOS User Group Reunion!

Dear Colleagues, The CESS and CTL iPad/iOS User Group began meeting last year to discuss, troubleshoot, and demonstrate new ways to use iOS devices at UVM and in other professional contexts.  This year we are hoping to reunite the group and invite new participants too. So, if you use an iPad/iPhone/iPod or are interested in […]

iPad Summit

VT Educators! Please join us for a day of iPad-focused sharing and learning. Educators who attended the iPad Summit in Atlanta will share their inspirations and takeaways as well as implications for iPad use in their practice and schools. We’ll be offering facilitated workshops in the morning, giving way to an unconference and maker-space afternoon […]

Audrey’s Storify Recap of the Maps Session



These are my notes from today’s session, including information provided by Hope beforehand.  Please feel free to add to them in the comments section. Sincere thanks to Hope for preparing this information and presenting today. -Adam I am always looking for apps that let you do something… list is split by consuming things and creating […]

A link to more app recommendations

From Ars Technica:  http://arstechnica.com/apple/2013/02/from-mailbox-to-tweetbot-7-ios-apps-to-check-out-this-weekend/#p3n The last app, MyScript Calculator, is a a nice bridge between unconventional and conventional mathematical print when using a calculator.  I have used it with my son at home and it is pretty slick (and free!).

Article: Why Tablets Are Important for Educating Our Children

With thanks to Bonnie Birdsall from the Williston School District for the reference (via Twitter), this article was an interesting read:  http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2012/11/tablet-edtech/

Notes from November 16, 2012 Meeting

Thanks to everyone for joining the group today.  Here are the notes: Agenda: Connect to the Smart Board and show 3 apps. Group Troubleshooting Follow-up Apps (with links to App Store entry)- Scribble Press– book authoring and sharing (Free) Doceri– Screen casting and sharing (Free) Notes Plus-Note taking ($7.99) Penultimate-Note Taking ($.99) Blackboard Mobile– mobile […]