Mobile Apps for December 2012

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Check out these great apps for collecting feedback, creating annotated images, and staying informed on the latest developments in technology, education, and design: Poll Daddy, Skitch, and TED Video.

Get the Poll Daddy App HereGet  Skitch HereGet the TED Video App Here

If you are looking for a quick and easy way to gather feedback, consider trying Poll Daddy.  With a free Poll Daddy account, you can create customized surveys, polls, and quizzes that can be shared through e-mail, social media, direct links, QR codes, and more.  The Poll Daddy app is available for iPhone and iPad so that you can collect responses on mobile devices with or without Internet connectivity. If you collect responses offline, your results will automatically synchronize with your account when you get connectivity.

Now part of the Evernote suite of productivity apps, Skitch is a tool for sketching and mind-mapping as well as adding annotation to images, screenshots, maps, and more. Your Skitch images can be shared with others through e-mail and Twitter. Skitch is available for iOS, Android, and Windows phones as well as Mac and PC.

TED is a nonprofit organization that promotes the discussion of the latest developments in technology, education, design and more.  You can access the entire library of TED talks videos on Android and Apple  devices using the free official TED video app. The app allows you to search the collection, build playlists, play videos on your devices, and easily share videos of interest with others.

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About Megan Hamilton

In my current role as an Educational Assistant in web enhanced learning, I provide high-level support to faculty in the use of Blackboard and other web-based software to enhance teaching and learning. I have served as one of MATC's Blackboard Administrators for 6 years and have 10 years of experience in web development/visual communications.

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