A Wonderful Guide on Going Paperless

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 " Paperless " is a great guide for those of you who are planning to go paperless. Well eventually  all of us will go paperless in a certain point of time in the future. This work has been realized by David Sparks and features several of the ways for you as a teacher and student to cut on paper and use Apple technology to go paperless. There are several reasons why I decided to share this guide with you here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning : first " Paperless" has been awarded  " The Best of 2012" award by Apple in December of last year. It also features 32 screencasts, 4 movies, and over 26.000 words and is very rich in media which can make your wading through it content a real joy. Here is a sneak peek at its chapters :

1. Why Paperless
What is the big deal with paperless and why do so many of us struggle with it?
2. Paperless Overview
Get an idea for the big picture before diving into the nitty-gritty.
3. Capture
Discover how you can capture paper and other digital information with the Mac, iPad, and iPhone. This chapter also demystifies optical character recognition and explains how you can put it to work for you.
4. Process
Learn how to reliably name, index, and store your paperless documents. This chapter also covers your questions about cloud storage and backup.
5. Use
Now that you've created a paperless workflow, learn how to access your paperless documents from anywhere on the Mac, iPad, and iPhone. This chapter also explains how to sign digital documents on the Mac, iPad, and iPhone.
6. David's Paperless Workflow
The author explain his "go-to" applications, hardware, and tricks for managing paperless documents.
7. Appendix
Learn more about Apple Automator, cloud storage, and other helpful resources.
This is the first book in the MacSparky Field Guide Series. This book is a large file (860 MB) and includes over 1.5 hours of video and screencasts. This books runs on all versions of the iPad.