The best hidden feature in iOS for you to check out!

Originally introduced in iOS 14, this feature is so useful yet despite being really helpful in lots of scenarios for iPhone users, I am still […]

My First Time Using An iPhone and Favorite Apps

Have an iPhone, but not sure if you’re using it to its full capacity? Read this blog post to get a first time user’s insights. […]

Nature Lover Apps: Rediscover Your World

As we emerge from our hidey holes, dark spaces, and places of safety, summer feels like spring after a long winter. With that emergence comes […]

Shiny gadgets I like…

Day eight of the #JuneEdTechChallenge, and we’re being asked about the shiny gadgets we like. An easy answer, really. All of them. I used to […]

My favourite piece of kit

Over the years I’ve had a number of pieces of equipment that have been favourites, and the last ten or more of those years it’s […]

Never go to a conference without …

Day 3 of the JuneEdTechChallenge … and the question of what do I never go to a conference without? Well, there are a number of […]

Students of tomorrow, from yesterday

As part of the efforts to link and connect people virutall during these lockdown and home-working times, I’ve been inolved in a new initiative to […]

Now that’s spooky!

Every so often something happens on my phone that makes me wonder just what is happening, who has access or who is listening and what […]

Photos (02) / #100DaysToOffload

This post is Day 2 of my #100DaysToOffload challenge. Want to get involved? Find out more at 100daystooffload.com. At the moment there are 2,456 photos […]

Scan Documents with the iOS Notes App

My Twitter PLN is such a gold mine! Here’s just one example. A longtime colleague and my friend, Debbie Boyer, posted the following tweet: “Need […]

How Mobile Apps Took Over the World (and Ed Tech)

Steve Jobs saw mobile apps coming. In the summer of 1983, as Apple was preparing to launch the first Macintosh computer, Jobs gave a talk […]

Smartphones-in-School, Brain Mush, Teaching Deep Reading…and Apples & Bicycles!

By LeiLani Cauthen According to a 2018 report by Pew Research, one in four Americans didn’t read a single book in the last year, and bookstore chains are […]

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