iPad Apps Everywhere

I have enjoyed using my iPad and have made a conscious effort to find as many ways to use it as possible, particularly in the classroom. This has been an ……..interesting experience. The multitude of apps available has been a bit daunting to sift through. I have had trouble finding apps that are designed for faculty to use. The first one that I installed was Attendance. The app is designed for taking attendance in class or at a meeting. It is easy to set up and fairly straightforward. I have been using it for one of my classes and have been pleased with its simplicity. The only issue I had was that the importing of my class roster from our computer system took a little work. Overall, I am quite pleased with how it works and feel it will be a big help in most of my classes. I am not too sure about my larger classes of around 100 students though. We’ll see.

RSM

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