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Join us for the Apple Learning Tour. Reshaping content. Engaging Students.

CRDC and CAETL present the Apple Learning Tour 2012

Technology makes this a magical time to be a student. And a powerful time to be an educator. The Apple Learning Tour is an opportunity to experience how you can transform learning with innovative new tools for creating, curating, and deploying content.

Engage students. Explore apps, interactive books, and Multi-Touch textbooks.

8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Discover amazing interactive iBooks. Immerse yourself in the world’s largest online catalog of free education content in iTunes U. And experience some of the thousands of education apps for iPad.

Learn how to create your own interactive Multi-Touch books with Mac and iBooks Author. Discover how a course is built with iTunes U Course Manager using interactive learning materials. Then see how it all comes together with an overview of ownership and deployment models for content.

Learn by doing. Create courses with iTunes U Course Manager.

3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

In this hands-on session, you’ll learn how to build a course by exploring all the capabilities iTunes U Course Manager has to offer. Experience the ease of pulling together content such as audio, video, iBooks textbooks, and over 500,000 resources in iTunes U into an organized syllabus. Make available all the assignments, quizzes, and materials for your students or anyone who’s interested in the topic — whether in your class or anywhere in the world.

Apple Learning Tour 2012

Room B716
Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Join us for a session. Or for all of them.


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Inside Apple R&D — Apple Patents Realized | Mac|Life

Inside Apple R&D — Apple Patents Realized | Mac|Life.

Apple computers has long been know for its usable interfaces not only on computers, but devices such as the ipod or iphone.  This article takes a look at patents filed by apple, that will never come to fruition, but more importantly, it allows us to look into the minds of apple developers and imagine possible products released in the years to come.

Please feel free to share your favorite patent of the future, and also share with us how it would be useful in higher education.

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