Recently, Dr. Rebecca Frost Davis, Program Officer for the Humanities with the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE), put out a call on the NITLE listserv asking for examples of innovate iPad use by humanities faculty. I’ve attached a link to her presentation in which she gives a number of model use cases, including three by our very own University of Alabama faculty, Dr. David Michelson (p. 28), Dr. Jonathan Whitaker (p. 30), and Dr. Margaret Peacock (p. 36). I’ve also provided direct links to the posts on this blog that detail the iPad work that Dr. Davis referenced in her presentation.
Dr. Rebecca Davis’s presentation on iPad use
Dr. David Michelson’s iPad use
Dr. Jonathan Whitaker’s iPad use
Dr. Margaret Peacock’s iPad use
Here, Jonathan Whitaker describes how he uses his iPad to provide feedback to his students.
-Jonathan Whitaker is an assistant professor of trombone in the School of Music. For more information about Dr. Whitaker, visit rollslide.com, the website of the Trombone Studio at The University of Alabama.
Camena provides lyrics to songs played on the iPad. You can paste in lyrics, or correct lyrics that the app has provided. There is not yet an iPad version for this app, but the iPhone/iPod app will work on the iPad.