Category Archives: iPad Organization

UPAD: What You Need To Save Paper!

The iPad app “UPAD” has probably the most potential of making us truly paperless. UPAD allows you to take typed or handwritten notes, edit uploaded pictures with multiple pen colors, create your own documents from preloaded templates, or import Read the rest of this entry »


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iWorks Upgrade?

Recently, Apple pushed out an update for their iWorks suite; Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. Before the update, iWorks had a few inconvenient issues such as the inability to put files into folders or export these files to Dropbox or any other third party, non- Read the rest of this entry »


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File Sharing/Backup is a Must!

Many of us have files within apps on our iPads that are starting to build up . Because of this, you may be worried that you will lose these files if something would happen to your iPad. Actually, there are many apps out there that let you share files, back-up files to your Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on May 26, 2011 in iPad Organization


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iPad Organization

If you are the person who looks at all the apps on your iPad as one giant unorganized mess. Then organizing your apps into folders is the solution for you! If you do not know how to do this, click here. Just remember, organizing your iPad for your classroom is a Read the rest of this entry »


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How Do You Use the iPad?

At Crestview, we use our iPads in many different and spectacular ways. However, a lot of us would like to see what each other is doing in different classrooms. To help with this, I created several Google Docs under the category “Uses for Our iPads” at the right. Within each of the six documents, you can share your iPad successes with everyone by simply Read the rest of this entry »


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