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Mobile Devices in the Library
What it offers:
Access to digital applications without the use of a computer.
Assistance with organization, studying, researching and keeping track of books.
Resources on using Mobile Devices in for education:
- Kathy Shrock's Droid apps listed by Bloom's Taxonomy
Mobile Tech in Libraries
- a SlideShare by Ellyssa Kroski
Mobile Devices for Students:
All apps are free unless noted otherwise.
- Follett's new app for accessing local library's catalog
Organizing and Studying
- Capture weekly assignment notes, teacher recordings or snapshots from classroom activities.
- Create your own flashcards to help you study.
- $.99 Manage school work and homework.
- keep track of your entire class schedule and assignments.
- Stay organized by scheduling and keeping track of assignments.
- students can get organized with a calendar, homework planner, note-taker and more.
SAT Vocabulary by Brainstorm
- Practice your SAT Vocabulary
- keep track of grades and share files and notes.
Shakespeare in Bits
- $7.99 - Helps you to understand Shakespeare plays.
- $1.99/app - 100 of Shmoop apps available from literature, bestsellers, poetry, US History, Biography and Music.
- a mind-mapping tool.
- $4.95/month. Sets you on a good study path by alerting you when it's study-time and scheduling your assignments.
- Hundreds of applications for preparing for tests, including flash cards.
Access My Library
- access Gale databases from your mobile device
- access the EBSCO database from your mobile device
$.97- a mobile citation maker for the Droid
- access to Wikipedia through your mobile device
- the computational knowledge engine
eReaders and Personal Libraries
- an ereader for the Android
- an ereader with a link to Borders Books
This ereader is not only a reading device, but allows users to share highlights and notes on referenced pages.
eReader - an ereader alternative from Barnes & Noble
- Follett's Digital Reader App
for ipod (free) and
for Droid ($.99) - the social network for book lovers
- Apples version of an ebook reader
- who says you need a Kindle to read Amazon ebooks?
- a great app for purchasing and reading ebooks
- and...who says you need a Nook to read Barnes & Noble ebooks?
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