This is our space to exchange favorite and promising ipad/ipod apps.

Apple's distinguished educator team has published a great app directory:
http://appitic.com/

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Apps shared at Wilmington College Ipad Apps workshop:
iTunesU
iBooks
Showme
Cha Cha
DropBox
Dragon Dictation
Dragon Go
Many of these are reviewed in the sites listed below.

here are 3 sites that review educational apps:
http://www.iear.org/
http://www.knowyourapps.com/
http://linskenspresentations.wikispaces.com/iPad+Applications

More iPad resources:
http://blogs.scholastic.com/royaltreatment/2011/03/ipad2-made-for-teaching.html?eml=ANL/e/20110316/email///ANL///TECH///// on the merits of iPad2
[[@teachwithyouripad: |http://teachwithyouripad.wikispaces.com/]]
http://www.techlearning.com/Blogs/37722
http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3755865/&eml=ANL/e/20110330/email///email_newsletter///TECH/////

There's something for everyone here, including top reviewed apps, productivity hints, how to organize all the stuff on your ipad, and how to extend its battery life.
http://manuals.makeuseof.com.s3.amazonaws.com/MakeUseOf.com_-_iPad_Guide.pdf

The document below lists the apps currently loaded on ROBMS (Wilmington MS) iPads and how they are organized:

dice?
Talking Tom