Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Unofficial Start of an iPad Programme (for Primary Teachers)

The birth of an iPad Programme Today could be described as the start of the iPad Programme for Primary Teachers which is clearly very exciting (at least for me). This is the “first fruits” of my long running Apple campaign … Continue reading

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AVIRA AntiVir – Six Years without a Virus Attack

I am delighted to say that we have enjoyed 6 full years without a single Virus Attack to the present date. (May 2011) As a College comprising of 700 Students 100 Staff and Volunteers, 460 Dell and Apple Computers of … Continue reading

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All Day Mac Training for Students and Teachers

Beyond Chalk came on site today (March 10, 2011) to provide a full days Mac training which was well received by Grades 10, 11 and 12. The afternoon training session took care of all our Secondary Teachers, some of whom … Continue reading

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First impressions of the iPad 2

I was given the opportunity to begin using the new iPad recently. It is a very easy system to use yet powerful enough to perform many useful, albeit essential tasks. Currently I have been using it as a phone, e-reader … Continue reading

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Redlands iPad Programme Portal

I discovered that Redland’s have a successful iPad Programme http://ipad.redlands.qld.edu.au What you will notice is that Redland give their students an iPad together with a $70.00 iTunes Credit Voucher.  Students are required to keep their own iPad up to date. … Continue reading

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Educational Apps

Fact Book FactBook is the app that literally puts the world at your fingertips. Want to know what the population of a country is? What their military expenditures are? How many people own a cell phone? Well it’s all there, … Continue reading

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AISQ – IT Managers Conference – 27 April 2011

ISQ – IT Managers Forum AISQ Brisbane  27th April 2011 Tablets Are they really consumption devices? How will they perform and evolve in the education market. Microsoft Started off by joking “No i and no g in our household”. Consumer … Continue reading

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