Looking for a Few Good Apps

It’s time to start rounding up some new apps for the 2018 edition of the 12 Apps of Christmas. The 12 Apps of Christmas presents an opportunity for students, educators and educational support staff to learn about mobile apps that… Continue Reading →

Thank You from the 12 Apps Folks

That’s a wrAPP! Thanks for taking part in the 12 Apps of Christmas. You are one of over 230 people who registered and took part in this offering of the 12 Apps of Christmas. Please come back and check out… Continue Reading →

App 12: Dec 16 Office Lens

App:  Office Lens Submitted by:  Clint Lalonde and Sylvia Riessner What is it? Office Lens is a free pocket scanner made for documents and whiteboards. What began as a tool for use with the Windows Phone, Microsoft released it as… Continue Reading →

App 11: Dec 15 Adobe Spark Post

Adobe Spark Post Submitted by: Kar-On Lee, Learning Technology Specialist, SFU What is it? Adobe Spark Post is a free app available for the iOS that enables you to create instant graphics or posters that you can upload to social… Continue Reading →

App 10: Dec 14 Myscript Stylus

Myscript Stylus This app was scribbled out by Troy Welch (TRU) with inspiration, advice and consultation from Brian Lamb (TRU). What is it? I don’t know if it is just me and my stubby fingers, but I find the ‘Lilliputian keyboards’… Continue Reading →

App 9: Dec 13 TES Teach with Blendspace

TES Teach with Blendspace Submitted by: Marianne Gianacopoulos, Educational Technology Consultant, Langara College What is it? TES Teach with Blendspace is a useful and easy to use lesson creation site that allows users to create templates with mixed media and then… Continue Reading →

App 8: Dec 12 Wekan

Wekan Provided by: Grant Potter, UNBC What is it? Wekan is an open-source and collaborative Kanban board application. Whether you’re maintaining a personal to do list, planning your holidays with some friends, or working in a team on your next… Continue Reading →

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