iPad Recommittment

So, another academic year has arrived. It is always amazing how quickly the break between the spring and fall semesters passes. I have spent some time in the last week looking at how other faculty are using their iPads in the classroom. This naturally includes finding and trying iPad apps I might find useful in the classroom, or in my research. I have found the iPad app Trapit very useful in this area since I have relied on it as my main source for gathering information on iPads and iPad apps, as well as the other topics I am interested in (Cyprus, Roman Archaeology, Online Education). The app has done a pretty good job so far in collecting relevant articles for me to read when I have the chance. My only problem has been finding the time to read the numerous articles Trapit has collected.

RSM

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