Jan 112011

With the new Prezi for iPad app, you can easily show prezis wherever your ideas take you. Instead of clicking on buttons, you can simply pan and pinch to zoom and move around the prezi ??? making it even easier to bring your ideas into everyday discussions.

To get started, sign up for an account at Prezi.com and create a prezi. When you???re ready to show it, just login to your Prezi account through the iPad app and select the prezi.

Why use Prezi on the iPad?

  • show your prezis on a portable, lightweight device
  • put ideas at your fingertips by leveraging the iPad???s touchscreen experience
  • keep the focus on your prezi by avoiding the distractions of a browser environment

Prezi iPad application previews

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Prezi is an AMAZING alternative to PowerPoint and other slide-based presentation methods. Just yesterday, I tried showing a Prezi that I had created to a colleague on my iPad, and I was disappointed to see that it would not work.

Today I get an email that there is an iPad app for Prezi, and now, life is great! If you have not tried Prezi, give it a shot – you may never open PowerPoint again!

Jan 112011

First of all a big thanks to all of the input from everyone on the iOS Educational Apps session today at Ruby’s Inn. It was great to share with and learn from you all.

Please let me know if we are missing some of the apps that we discussed/showed to the group today. If you’d like access to add to this spreadsheet, please just send me a quick message at clint@sedck12.org.

This is meant to be a living document, and one that I’ll continue to update. However, if you’d like, you can always download a copy by heading to the File menu (in the Google document), and select ‘Download a copy –>’ in whatever file format you’d prefer.

Also, as promised, here’s the link to the Speirs.org iPad Project Blog, along with quick links to their pages for Elementary and Secondary iOS Apps being used for the project. And, don’t forget to download the amazing Numbers Formal Evaluation Template form that Joshua Decker put together for San Juan schools.

**UPDATE** I ran into another Google spreadsheet of iPad Apps that support the VGA/Composite/Component Out connectors. Fantastic list!