Here are five tips and tutorials on making better use of your iPad.
I’ve written about using your iPad as an interactive whiteboard here. Though not nearly as full-featured, John Titlow at ReadWriteWeb suggests 5 Free Collaborative Whiteboard Apps For the iPad
Vicki Davis at the Cool Cat Teacher Blog offers advice on organizing your apps. She suggests using the Pareto Principle (80/20 rule) so you can get to the most used ones quickly. For a more comprehensive tutorial on arranging your apps, see How to Arrange Apps, Create Folders & Clean Up iPad Screens.
I’m recently back from ISTE 2011, the International Society for Technology in Education. So is David Warlick and he writes about his favorite note taking app, a concept mapping tool.
Bakari Chavanu at MakeUseOf describes two no-cost ways to sign and send digital documents. The first is web-based but the second is an iOS app.
The folks at iPad Creative offer a list of pointers to help you shoot good video with the iPad 2 in 10 Top Tips for Shooting iPad 2 Video.