"My students are creating eBooks! I’ve discovered a wonderful app, "Book Creator" that allows us to create eBooks with ease. It’s wonderful to watch young students fully engaged in a multifaceted learning activity. If…"
I don't know if anyone answered your projector question. If you have an iPad2, I believe that there is a USB to HDMI connector that can connect directly to a HDMI input on a projector. If there is no HDMI input on your projector, then…"
"Paul, I am showing my ignorance here but I'd like to know how you hook your iPad to a projector. I work with small groups so I rarely need to project anything (I’m a speech therapist) but I’ve had teachers ask about projecting…"
"Thank you for this information!!! I have been creating stories for my speech kids to give them practice with their target sounds. I turned them into movies with imovie and now I can download them onto my ipad - thanks to you. Here is a link to one…"
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I am a licensed and speech-language pathologist and have worked in this field for over thirty years. I can’t imagine a better profession – I love this job! For the last twenty years, I’ve been employed in public schools. Previous to that, I worked in speech clinics in California, Alaska and Guam. I am also a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and write stories for children.
I don't know if anyone answered your projector question. If you have an iPad2, I believe that there is a USB to HDMI connector that can connect directly to a HDMI input on a projector. If there is no HDMI input on your projector, then you will need a converter. HDMI to VGA.
I found a webpage that describes the process for both iPads.