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A Simple Way for Teachers to Transform Files to iPad

While I was wading through my tweets today, I came across this awesome video from Life Hacker that explains in a very clear and simple way how users can easily transform their files to  iPhone or iPad. The topic of this video clicks in with what  I post  here about the educational uses of iPad and adds in to the list of tips teachers need to know about to leverage the power of this device to their classrooms.

Let me quote for you the main points Life Hacker talked about in the video below.

  • Connect your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to iTunes. (You can let it sync if you want, but this isn't necessary.)
  • Click on your device in the list on the left side of iTunes. (It'll be under the "DEVICES" header.)
  • Click the "Apps" tab up on top in the main panel of iTunes.
  • Scroll down to the bottom where you'll find a "File Transfer" section with a list of apps. From that list, choose an app you want to transfer a file to.
  • Onto the (probably empty) space to the right of the apps list, drag in the file you want to transfer. You can also click "Add..." to browse for the file and choose it. As soon as you've chosen the file, it will transfer to your device. You'll see the progress at the top of the iTunes window. When it's done you can disconnect and your file will be on your device.

Source : Life Hacker

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