All Things Educational (ok and some RPGs and photo editing tools))

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  1. SIDCID

    SIDCID iPF Noob

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    I'm always looking for apps, in all subject areas (Math, Geography...), that have differentiated ways of successfully helping students learn from grade 5 to grade 9; especially needed are apps that will allow students to manipulate the patterns used/needed in writing, reading, math...Really good ones are hard to come by.

    I've had my iPad since the April 2010 release date. I can't recall a day since then that I haven't used it. I'm an ipad accessory geek (sadly, I've tried many different keyboards, cases, styluses, lap buddies).

    My favorite Note taking/PDF editor/Book Reader (marker-upper) is UPAD although there are several other great apps out there (GoodReader and Noteshelf for their own unique skills).

    I'm still looking for a way to save PDFs from Safari to any of my pdf apps. If anyone has a suggestion.
     
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    Mickey330 Administrator Staff Member

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    Hi, SIDCID:

    First, welcome to the forum!

    If you have a PDF open in Safari (where the URL ends in PDF), put a "g" in the very front of the URL (in front of the http:// part). Then hit enter. Goodreader will then open the PDF and as a consequence, have the PDF stored in its part of the iPad. Very handy, that.

    Marilyn

    P.S. BTW, I deleted the exact same post you put in the introductions section. Double posting = a no-no here, m'kay? Ta.
     

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