At a recent Apple Learning Tour, I was introduced to a number of great resources.
Here are some links to explore:
- See educator Larry Reiff's literature projects-> If Shakespeare Could Tweet: Transforming Literature with iOS, his new book at the iBooks Store and his The Literature of Global History course on iTunes U.
- To view engaging apps like the ones we explored at the event, visit the Education Collections on the App Store.Visit the Textbooks category on the iBooks Store to view a wide collection of iBooks Textbooks.Some free iTunes U courses include the William Shakespeare, Primary Sources, and For the Classroom collections. (Explore Apple's content creation apps that are included with every new iPad and Mac.)
Visit www.apple.com/education to access additional resources. You can also view free informative webcasts featuring administrators, educators, and IT professionals at Education Seminars Online.