How Mohamed Noor uses his iPad


Duke’s Mohamed Noor (Biology) explains why he loves his iPad, with descriptions of how he uses the iPad to give presentations, take notes in seminars and meetings, read and annotate PDF files, and generally make life more efficient.  If you’ve just received an iPad, or are thinking of getting one, his description of how he uses his iPad will help you.  Keep up with Mohamed by following his blog, Science, Food, Etc.

Here at Duke’s Center for Instructional Technology, many of us use some of the apps that Mohamed describes. In addition, we share files with each other and between computers, phones and iPads using Dropbox.  We take notes with Evernote.  Both of these websites/applications sync your files and notes between computers and other devices (whether or not you use an iPad).

Andrea Novicki

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Andrea helps faculty teach effectively and efficiently. She works primarily with scientists, using her biology background, love of science and teaching experience. Her current enthusiasms include active learning, group learning (especially team-based learning) and assessment.