Closing Apps

By Rebecca J. Hogue All apps remain open on the iPad, even after you navigate to the Home page or open a new app. However, there are times when you may wish to actually close apps. In particular, some of the medical education apps are memory intensive (e.g. Anatomy Atlas). Leaving these memory intensive apps

Apps

By Rebecca J. Hogue Apps (short for Applications) are programs that run on your iPad. Each apps is represented by an icon on the iPad home screen. This section describes: How to purchase apps. How to delete apps. [tboot_accordion_bootstrap name=”UniqueName”] [tboot_accordion_bootstrap_section color=”primary” name=”UniqueName” heading=”Purchasing apps” number=”1″ ] Unlike your desktop, all applications for the iPad

Managing your Apple ID

By Rebecca J. Hogue Your Apple ID is your identity in the Apple ecosystem. It allows you to buy apps in the App Store and update your iPad’s operating system. In addition, your Apple ID is used for messaging, iBooks purchases, and iCloud backup and file transfer. When you initially configure your iPad, you enter

iBook update

My last update submitted to the iBooks Store was April 21, and it is still listed as “under review” (so two weeks). I think the next time I submit it, I’m going to change the category to Medicine / Education – as the next version will have medical apps in it. Hopefully that will improve

Tone Generator Ultra

By Madeleine Montpetit, Jay Mercer, and Rebecca J. Hogue App: Tone Generator Ultra Cost: Free Function: Replaces Tone Generator Ultra is a replacement app with a difference. It does not replace medical resource information clinical academic content such as a textbook but instead uses technology to replace clinical tools (in this case a tuning fork)

Workshop Feedback and Moving Forward

I’ve now looked through the feedback from the workshop evaluation forms. Stupid problem number one was that several people only completed one side of the evaluation form. It is clear that they did not realize the form had two sides. I will need to be much more clear at the next workshop that there are