Episode 43 Big School Small Tech

Episode 43 Big School Small Tech

In this episode:

After returning from completing the CCTO program at CETPA 2011 in Long Beach, Andrew announces he is leaving Le Grand for a big district IT job. iPads vs. Netbooks was a big hit and the Google Migration Summit Lite was a blast. iPads are everywhere, despite Andrew’s best efforts. Danny’s got tools, tips and who knows what else on his new iMac:



Episode 25 Apps, Apps and More Apps

Episode 25 Apps, Apps and More Apps

In this episode: 

Google Apps just got smarter: introducing the Apps Marketplace’s new EDU category

This week in Docs: Video player in the document list

Use Chrome and Chromium Side-By-Side for Easy Profile Management
Google offering MSI to simplify Chrome enterprise deployment – Google Chrome in the classroom lab

The Best Ways to Tweak Your Search When Google Doesn’t Give You What You Want
– Google Search Lessons Google Web Search – Classroom Lessons and Resources

Google Search from Daniel M. Russell –  http://searchresearch1.blogspot.com/

iPads in Education from Sam Gliksman http://ipadeducators.ning.com

Jim Klein influences Andrew again – How to Turn a Nook Color into an Awesome Android Tablet

CUE at Macworld http://cue.org/macworld

Episode 9: “Don’t Put Bananas In Your Laptop Bags”

Episode 9: Don’t Put Bananas In Your Laptop Bags

In this episode: More iPhone 4 talk since Andrew and Danny now both have one, Andrew goes off on Big Curriculum and asks why Technology is not integrated into the big publisher’s offerings, sync multiple Google Calendars to your iPhone Calendar – https://www.google.com/calendar/iphoneselect, add Google mobile apps to your home screen –  http://m.google.com, see your iPhone 4 screen’s potential with the Trip Out app, Danny finds a surprise waiting for him in his notebook bag and Google is finally linking regular Google tools to Google Apps accounts, although neither Danny or Andrew are exactly sure how that is going to work.