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Monthly Archives: May 2015

3-D Printers: Understanding Copyright, Fair Use, and More

An ALA information policy analyst outlines the legal issues relevant to 3-D printing in public and school libraries—and explains why librarians should lead the way in creating acceptable use policies for this technology.

Source: www.slj.com

I have never thought about the idea that 3D printed objects will now need considerations about copyright.

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Lily Camera is the drone that will follow and video you

Don’t worry, it’s not as creepy as it sounds.

Source: mashable.com

This looks like one of the better drone video cameras.  The controls look very easy to use.  Of course, I haven’t tried one out myself.  So take it with a grain of salt.

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Food Comparison | TwoFoods

TwoFoods is an online food comparison tool that helps you choose healthy foods.

Source: www.twofoods.com

Want to count calories?  Want to know which foods are comparably healthier? Want an exhaustive list?  Then this is the site for you.

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The 49 Best Health and Fitness Apps of 2015

There’s an app for just about anything. We dug through hundreds of health and fitness apps to find the ones that are actually worthy of the precious space on your smartphone.

Source: greatist.com

Although the list doesn’t have "Seven", my favourite fitness app, it still has some good ones.  Worth checking out.

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Why recommend the iPad for schools?

This blog is nearly 2 years old and I thought it was time to revisit the reason for its existence. I am still teaching 11 to 18 year-olds everyday in BYOD classrooms (not iPad only) and can claim a…

Source: ipad4schools.org

There are some neat ideas in here.  Implementing an iPad program at our school, we were developing many of these reasons.  I like the idea of TILT and ACTIVE LEARNING.

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