I just returned from a three-day Tegrity conference in Seattle. It was wonderful! While there were many things that caught my fancy, there's a upgrade coming this summer that sounds like it has great potential for student learning and assessment. Currently students can make their own recordings, using Tegrity. Students make recordings if their faculty … Continue reading Tegrity – record from your smartphone?
If you have an iPhone or Android phone, you can get a free app and watch your Tegrity recordings on the go! It's simple, but just in case, I made a video showing the steps. Basically, here's how it works at Centralia College: download the free Tegrity app start the app - it will ask … Continue reading Tegrity on Your SmartPhone
I have to admit... I'm an iPhone person... but I just found this article and wanted to share it with all you 'Droid fans out there. It's from the folks at Tegrity, so I'm hoping it's pretty accurate. If you try it and it works, could you comment on this post and let me know? … Continue reading Tegrity for Android!
Some big news coming from the folks at Tegrity: Tegrity is excited to announce the Tegrity Campus Summer 2011 Update. This update will be available starting June 30, 2011, and will add a number of new and exciting features and capabilities to your Tegrity Campus service. This update introduces several enhancements, including a new interactive … Continue reading Tegrity Update – June 30, 2011
I've been having a little too much fun with this app and thought it was time to share. I use RunKeeper on my iPhone; my kids use it on their 'Droids. You can also manually enter data on their website. RunKeeper is an exericise app. Why do I like it? it's free I can use it … Continue reading RunKeeper: another great app
Bummer... I just bought an iPad and I think it's already out of date... 😦 The new Motorola Xoom tablet, running the Android OS looks pretty amazing! And the official demo (from YouTube): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-80QD5Zjyc