iPad Class Set – Call for Proposals – Spring 2015

Dear Colleagues, The Instructional Technology Group, in partnership with the Bass Library, is offering two sets of 20 iPad Airs (32GB, WI-Fi-only) and two sets of 20 iPad minis (16GB, WI-Fi-only) for instructional use in the spring semester of the 2015 academic year. Yale College faculty members interested in using the iPads for the spring […]

iPad Class Sets – Call for Proposals – Fall 2014

Dear colleagues, Two sets of 20 iPad Airs (32GB, Wi-Fi-only) and two set of 20 iPad minis (16GB, Wi-Fi-only) are available for instructional use in both the fall and spring semesters of the 2014-15 academic year.  Yale College faculty members interested in using the iPads for the fall semester are asked to submit a proposal by Friday, […]

iPad Class Set – Call for Proposals – 2014 Summer Sessions – Going once…

Dear colleagues, Two sets of 18 iPad 3s (16GB, Wi-Fi-only) and one set of 20 iPad minis are available for instructional use for both 2014 summer sessions.  Yale College faculty members interested in using the iPads for either of the summer sessions are asked to submit a proposal by TODAY, Friday, April 4, 2014 describing how they and […]

CLC iPad Showcase Recap

I would like to extend my sincere gratitude and appreciation to all the participants and visitors who helped make the CLC iPad showcase possible.  I had a great time hosting the event and it was fun to see all the connections that were made among the faculty, staff, and visitors.  Find below the video compilation […]

[LuxTalk] – CLC iPad Showcase Open house – March 28, 2014

Dear Colleagues: Our second LuxTalk of the Spring 2014 semester will be March 28 in the TEAL classroom at 17 Hillhouse Avenue, where the informal venue will be an open house with instructors showcasing how they used one of the CLC iPad class sets for a semester.  The doors will open at 11.00 am, with opening remarks at11:15 am, lasting until 12:45 pm.  A light lunch will […]

History of Tablet Computers – Timeline

Have you ever wondered when the first tablet computer was developed?  The answer may surprise you.  The following timeline from Dipity is pretty extensive and fun to look at, to boot. Source: http://www.dipity.com/cmclellan/The-History-of-Tablet-Computers/ The History of Tablet Computers on Dipity.   Find a companion article by Charles McLellan on ZDNet: Tablet Computers: An Overview

In case you missed it

I posted earlier this week about the Yale a cappella group A^2 whose members use iPads during the group’s performances to sample and loop their voices. Last night on the Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon hosted Billy Joel where they performed a two-man doo-wop group using an iPad and an app called Loopy to record four […]

2014 Summer Session iPad Call for Proposal

Two sets of 18 iPad 3s (16GB, Wi-Fi-only) and one set of 20 iPad Minis are available for instructional use for the both 2014 summer sessions.  Yale College faculty members interested in using the iPads for either summer session are asked to submit a proposal by Friday, April 4, 2014 describing how they and their students will […]

A.Squared – Keeping it in the Family

With the ability of members from the Yale community to check out iPads for short-term use through the Bass Media Checkout Service, one of Yale’s a cappella groups, A.Squared (also written as A^2 or [A2]), has taken advantage of the equipment to produce “high-tech cappella.”  By using an app called touchAble that interfaces as a controller with […]

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