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App Review pages at Stanford Libraries and Med School

A team in Academic Computing Services in Meyer library has been together a nifty page on iOS App reviews. ┬áRanging from productivity, to connectivity, to media development, take a look at the page they’ve put up. http://acomp.stanford.edu/ios_app_reviews The Med School school here at Stanford has also published a page called MedApps, helping those in medicine [...]

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EthnoCorder app demo Nov 11

EthnoCorder is a mobile system for conducting rich multimedia surveys on an iPhone. It is ideal for field work and field surveys as forms can be designed on any operating system and no network connection is needed to conduct surveys or administer forms. Over 20 different types of multimedia elements are supported in both questions [...]

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Tip: Accessing Multiple Google Calendars on iPhones and iPads

Given the proliferation of Google Apps use on campus, I thought some of you may find it helpful to know how to access your (multiple) Google Calendars on your iPhone/iPad. If you setup access to your Gmail account using the “Gmail” account option (in Mail, Contacts, Calendars under Settings on your iPhone/iPad), you will notice [...]

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Business Travel Apps for iOS

We’re still in the early days of the Apps environment for smartphones (Apple launched this world in July of 2008, a mere two years back), although the Wild West days are over, noticeable in the stratified pricing and big players now present (Samsung distributes a free app which allows control of my internet-enabled TV). Despite [...]

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First-year Medical Students at Stanford Using iPad PDF Notation App

The Stanford University Medical is requiring the iAnnotate PDF iPad app be part of the required course materials for first year medical students. Aji, the developers of iAnnotate, produce a number of PDF related apps for iOS, Mac OS and Windows OS. http://bit.ly/dueNnZ

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iPad 3G and GIS – A Report From The Field

[Editor's note: This is a post from Hive Talkin' where it was originally posted by Claudia Engel.] For the last month I had the opportunity to test the new iPad 3G as research tool under field conditions. The field site lies within the US, but some locations are remote (see below). For this particular project [...]

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