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Archive for the ‘Mobile Devices’ Category

Periodic Table of iPad Apps

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Here’s a fun graphic of iPad apps for teaching and learning. The apps are categorized in areas such as creativity, productivity, interactivity, and sharing and I’ve already found a few I’ve used and few more I want to try out. What looks interesting to you?

NLM Gallery of Mobile Apps and Sites

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Mobile sites: 

Apps for your smartphone:

Social Media – How we Learn – Two “hot” graphics links

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

In order to take a look at an intriguing graphic – Bloom’s Taxonomy for IPads – paste into your browser the following URL:

Once you close that graphic window you will be on a page with more links for Bloom Taxonomy (print out the Action Verbs chart if you don’t already have one by your work area). This page is available via Worldlanguagestech. You will have an opportunity to join their wiki entitled 21st Century Tools to Teach, Learn, Collaborate and Advocate for Learning.

The second link to look at: Gary’s Social Media Counts:

New Guide to NLM Mobile Resources

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

NLM recently released a new mobile app that is intended to serve as the authoritative guide to NLM mobile resources. The app was created as an HTML 5 mobile Web site in support of the Library’s ongoing efforts to make our information broadly available.

Learn more about this new resource via the NLM Technical Bulletin article at To explore the app, visit on your mobile device.  NLM welcomes your feedback about this new app at or via the Contact Us link in the footer of the app.

Updated Version of MeSH® Vocabulary Video

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

An updated version of the “Branching Out: The MeSH® Vocabulary” video is available now.  There is also a version available for the iPhone.  This 11-minute video is an introduction to the development, structure and use of the MeSH vocabulary.  Enjoy!