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Innovative teachers can inspire learning. See how smart teachers are thinking outside the book and using Mac and iPad in creative ways to keep students engaged and focused.
Rank #1: Jeanne Halderson - Individualized inspiration with iTunes U..
Jeanne Halderson gives her students project choices to match their individual learning styles.
Rank #2: Larry Reiff - Turning Romeo and Juliet into an interactive experience on iPad..
Larry Reiff turns a classic literature lesson into an interactive experience so students can explore Shakespeare in an infinite number of ways.
Learn how businesses and enterprises around the globe are using iPhone and iPad to improve the way employees work.
Rank #1: Lidl.
With iPad and iPhone, Lidl are bringing new levels of efficiency to their store management and corporate processes. District Managers have immediate access to metrics, product insights, policies and procedures.
Rank #2: Snam.
Snam field workers use iPad and custom apps to help them manage national gas infrastructure in Italy. With augmented reality they can even visualise their underground gas network in the field.
Taking place annually in London, the Apple Education Leadership Summit draws delegates from all over the world, attracting them with the prospect of advancing learning through technology—and leaving them inspired by the innovative ways educators and students use iPad. Watch to see how Apple’s creative educational tools, interactive books, and universe of apps create endless learning possibilities.
Rank #1: Apple Education.
Education has always been a part of Apple’s DNA. Get an overview of Apple’s vision for education.
Rank #2: Apple Education: Critical Thinking.
Learn about tools are available to help encourage students solve problems and make decisions.
From elementary schools to universities, Apple products are transforming the learning experience, making it more interactive, immersive, and engaging.
Rank #1: Flitch Green Academy.
Students at the UK public school Flitch Green Academy use iPad, Mac, and iPod touch to create unique learning experiences.
Rank #2: Punahou School: Elementary Hydroponics.
Promoting environmental sustainability is a major educational initiative at Punahou School. This theme found a perfect medium for expression in learning projects created by Danette Kobayashi’s 4th-grade class. Instead of planting regular gardens, the teacher and students decided to grow them hydroponically. They used MacBook computers with applications like iPhoto, GarageBand, and iMovie to document their learning, creating brochures and videos complete with effects, music, and voiceover.
With iPhone, iPad, and iOS, progressive IT teams are leading innovation at their companies. In this collection of video interviews, learn strategies and best practices from IT professionals and business executives who embrace a new vision for technology to transform the way their employees work.
Rank #1: IBM: Design Best Practices.
In this episode, designers and developers from IBM detail the process they use to help businesses identify the right opportunity for mobile apps, and design a great user experience. They're joined by Amica Mutual Insurance Company to hear their experience going through the design process.
Rank #2: Boston Scientific: The Future for iPad.
See what Boston Scientific foresees for iPad in the near future.
Learn how iPad, iTunes U courses, books, apps and other content are helping faculty to create immersive learning experiences for students.
Rank #1: UC Irvine, School of Medicine: Introduction to Dr. Warren Wiechmann.
Dr. Warren Wiechmann at the UC Irvine School of Medicine, and Raja Narayan, 4th year medical student, introduce themselves and talk about the growing trend of technology in medicine.
Rank #2: UC Irvine, School of Medicine: The iMedEd Initiative and the Benefits of a One-to-One iPad program.
Dr. Wiechmann discusses the background and benefits for the iMedEd Initiative at UC Irvine, part of which involves providing iPads for every entering medical student.
Learn how leading colleges and universities around the world are using Apple's products and platform to support their mission and achieve their goals across four key areas of campus services, research, athletics and career readiness.
Rank #1: Shanghai Business School.
Learn why Shanghai Business School powers their innovation center with Apple technology — where students from every major come together to build iOS apps and bring real-world solutions to the problems they care about most.
Rank #2: Duke University.
Learn how Duke is creating an amazing experience on campus using Apple technology. With Student ID in Apple Wallet, Duke students can securely access campus services with a simple tap of their iPhone or Apple Watch.
Learn how to get the most from your iPhone and iPad at work with this collection of quick video tips, featuring iOS shortcuts, and the best business apps for iPad and iPhone available in the App Store.
Rank #1: Deputy for iPhone: Managing Field Service Teams.
It's easy to manage your field service team remotely. With the deputy app from the app store, you can create schedules, assign shifts, and see your employees clock in and out in real time.
Rank #2: talech Register app for iPad: Taking Restaurant Orders.
Create a better dining experience by taking customer orders and accepting payments right at the table and changing the menu on the fly.
With iPhone, iPad, and iOS, progressive IT teams are leading innovation at their companies. Hear real-world examples and best practices from IT groups who embrace a new vision for technology to transform the way their employees work.
Rank #1: Cisco: Bringing Together Networking and Collaboration.
In the final episode of the seven-part series, Elena Frishberg, Director Business Development at Cisco, Riley Marsh, Technical Leader of Engineering at Cisco, and Jerome Henry, Principal Engineer at Cisco discuss how to get started with these Apple and Cisco solutions.
Rank #2: Cisco: Reimagine business calls on your iPhone.
In the sixth episode of this seven-part series, Elena Frishberg, Director Business Development at Cisco and Riley Marsh, Technical Leader of Engineering at Cisco demonstrate how to use Cisco Spark to route voice and video calls to iPhone, a Cisco desk phone, or a telepresence system so users can pickup the call from whichever device they prefer.
Learn how to successfully implemented Apple technology into an institution’s IT infrastructure.
Rank #1: Deploying an OS X Image.
In this tutorial we’ll walk you through best practice for deploying an OS X image at your institution using System Image Utility. You’ll also be shown the various workflows that are involved in deploying the images used on Macs.
Rank #2: Preparing an OS X Image for Deployment.
Get step-by-step guidance on how to prepare an OS X image so it can be deployed across Mac computers in a K-12 or Higher Education institution. You’ll also learn about the two primary methods for creating an OS X image for mass deployment.
iTunes and the Apple Store bring you up close and personal with some of today's hottest musicians, producers, singers, and songwriters. Subscribe to the podcast and stay up to date on the biggest names in the music industry.
Rank #1: Joe Walsh: Meet the Musician.
Don’t miss legendary rocker Joe Walsh at this special event that marks the release of "Analog Man," his first album in 20 years. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer spent 10 years developing the material for the new album, helped along the way by friends like Ringo Starr and Jeff Lynne. Join us for a discussion with Joe about his life, his work, and his recording process.
Rank #2: Boyz II Men: Meet the Musicians.
This iconic band redefined R&B and revolutionized the genre. Celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, Boyz II Men penned and performed some of the most celebrated songs of the past two decades. Along the way, they have compiled 13 Grammys, 16 American Music Awards, nine Soul Train Awards, three Billboard Awards, and three awards from MTV.
See all the steps for solving tech problems or just getting more out of What you're using. Whether it's a computer tip, tweaks and tricks for your DVR, or ways to get more out of your smartphone, you'll find it in CNET How to. Each video is helpfully rated easy, medium, difficult or supergeek.
Rank #1: Everything to know about the Brave browser.
The security-minded browser offers built-in privacy right out of the box.
Rank #2: Android 10 privacy settings: Everything to know.
The new OS gives you more control over which apps have access to your personal data. We show you how.
Welcome to Apple Science Profiles. In this lineup of podcast stories, you'll learn how scientists are using Mac technology throughout their workflow - for computation, visualization, analysis, and general productivity. Viewpoints from all walks of science will be discussed - from medicine to paleontology, bioinformatics to physics, archaeology to oceanography. Find out how researchers are accelerating their time to insight and discovery using Apple hardware, the Mac OS X platform, and advanced applications made for Mac.
Rank #1: Digital Medical Imaging for Pets.
This Apple Science podcast features Michael Broome, DVM, a principal at Advanced Veterinary Medical Imaging in Tustin, California. He was unhappy with the hardware and software costs of commercially available image viewing systems. He wanted a Picture Archive Communication System that would enable him to share DICOM images on high-quality viewing stations across his network; reduce the costs of viewing; and provide a reliable, no-downtime central archive. The practice used Apple technology to implement a Mac-Based SecureVault PACS solution running on an Apple Xserve RAID. DICOM images are archived in SecureVault and viewed in OsiriX on iMac and Power Mac systems across the AVMI network. The combination of the Mac and OsiriX gives AVMI a powerful, efficient solution at a very attractive cost.
Rank #2: Image and Meaning.
This Apple in science podcast features the “Picturing to Learn” program. The event was held at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, the third in a series of regional workshops growing out of an innovative project launched in 2001 by Felice Frankel, then a science photographer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Frankel brought leading scientists from a wide range of disciplines together at MIT with graphic designers, writers, animators, critics, cognitive psychologists and others for the groundbreaking Image and Meaning Conference. The conference started as an experiment in developing visual thinking and communication skills. Participants from diverse fields of science, graphic arts, communication, technology and mathematics came to search for better ways to use visual representations to communicate scientific concepts and data. Individuals emerged with a remarkably unified sense of purpose, and a goal: to continue building an interdisciplinary community of visual practice and solution-sharing that would develop improved techniques for representing science for research, education and communication. They compared visual expressions of research across many fields, and discovered that a single scientific concept or phenomenon can often be expressed in remarkably divergent ways. They were surprised to find that multiple fields share the many challenges in visual representation. The conference explored the power of visual media, from simple drawings to rich animations and interactive online graphics, in helping the public understand science. As computers pump vast quantities of data into fast-growing fields like genomics, visualization tools that can handle massive datasets with ease of use and fast results are becoming increasingly important for data exploration and discovery.
Baby pandas and roaring pride of lions are just a few of the highlights inside Smithsonian's National Zoo.
Rank #1: Why Do Cheetahs Have Tear Lines?.
Tear lines are dark markings that appear below cheetahs' eyes. But why are they so prominent? A caretaker at Smithsonian's National Zoo let's us know the answer--and it's fascinating. #ZooQs
Rank #2: The Fascinating Reason All Cheetahs Have Spots?.
Spots are the most distinct physical features of cheetahs. Here, a caretaker from Smithsonian's National Zoo fill us in on when they start appearing in these big cats and how they're used to identify them. #ZooQs
A dynamic behind the scenes look at how school leaders across the Asia Pacific region deal with the rapidly developing technological age. Those leading the change take you on a passionate, inspirational and honest journey through the planning, implementation and evaluation of classroom technology. It's a chance to celebrate these forward thinking, hard working leaders and ensure their stories are preserved forever.
Rank #1: Episode 3: Learning differently.
Beginning in Indonesia at Jakarta Intercultural School, we hear from head of school Tim Carr and elementary school principal Elsa Donohue. They share powerful stories about how technology helps students with diverse learning needs and encourages learning differently. We hear more about Corpus Christi College in Western Australia and its "classrooms with no boundaries" philosophy from former director of learning technologies Trevor Galbraith. And retired head of St Hilda's on Queensland's Gold Coast Peter Crawley explains how he transformed the school's digital device program.
Rank #2: Episode 9: Flipped learning.
Meet two digital learning experts from South Australia - Jeremy LeCornu and Aimee Shattock. Their passion is combining technology with collaborative, student-centered learning. It's often referred to as 'flipped learning', but as you'll find out it's so much more. Jeremy & Aimee share the benefits of transforming teaching and learning with video and explain how reversing the traditional classroom empowers students. Learn why video content is so important and get a great insight into how they structure, record and publish the content. Aimee Shattock is the Digital Learning Coordinator at Brighton Secondary School in Adelaide. She took over from Jeremy LeCornu, who is now Assistant Principal for Innovation in Teaching & Learning at Seaview High School, also in Adelaide. They are touring their 'Active Learning Conference' in Australia in 2018. To register and find out more go to http://mylearningsite.com.au/events/active-learning-conference/