iPad Tips & How-To: Tools for Authors, Apps for Educators, Printing & iOS 5

Time for another reading roundup, where I share a few of the articles I’ve recently found that offer tips and tutorials for the iPad and apps.

Writing Tools, Part 3 – iPad Applications for Authors offers app suggestions for mind mapping, writing, utility and reading.

The Best iPad Book Apps for Reading Books at School describes ten interactive and animated book apps for the iPad made for young readers.

Back to School: 40 Best Science iPad Apps for Students. Ok, so this one is a few months behind, but many of these 40 apps should make learning science more enjoyable.

20 iPad Apps Librarians Should Download – Part 1 promises 20 apps but shows only 11. The rest are in Part 2.

How to sync, save and print PDF documents on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch offers a brief primer on using iBooks, AirPrint and three different apps to support printing from the iPad.

Split Your iPad Keyboard In iOS 5 And Give Your Thumbs A Workout does just what the title tells you.

iCloud vs. Wi-Fi Sync: Which does what? clearly explains the difference between the two and suggests when it is best to use each one.

About Andy Brovey

Dr. Andy Brovey, The Portable Prof, has over twenty-five years experience in educational technology, including teaching, administration and professional development. In 2007, Apple Inc. recognized his work and named him an Apple Distinguished Educator. Andy now runs a professional development business, working on site and online to help others make sense and make use of digital tools. He started the iPad Academy website shortly after the first iPad went on sale. His iPad Academy helps others become more comfortable and competent with the iPad, in person and online through a video training series. Video Message from Andy