Two simple apps: Dragon Medical Search and Eponyms

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Dragon Medical 360 Mobile Search Available for iOS. Free. If you’re a health sciences student or professional on-the-go, you might be wishing for an easy, responsive voice search for your phone. Enter [the] Dragon – Nuance Communications’ granddaddy of dictation software and the industry standard for physicians’ medical dictation. Dragon has made a free iOS app […]

My Five: Top digital humanities tools from Mitch Fraas

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Please welcome Mitch Fraas: Bollinger Fellow for Library Innovation, Unique at Penn blogger, and ace digital humanities practitioner. Here are his five favorite DH tools to get it done:  1. Google Fusion Tables: Probably my go-to tool for doing quick geographic or chronological visualizations of data. Fusion tables allows users to import spreadsheets and view the data in […]

Gadget Day at the WIC

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The Weigle Information Commons has posted the schedule for Gadget Day: 10 am – CloudOn for iPad – Use MS Office Easily 10:30 am – Raspberry Pi – Tiny, Cheap and Powerful Computing 11 am – Google@SAS – Teaching on the Cloud 11:30 noon – Google Chrome Laptop – Lightweight Cloud Access Noon – Mobile […]

Mapmaking apps for Android

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Anyone can make a Google map, but if you want to start one in the field – surveying plants, buildings, people, public art – you need an app for that. Something that geolocates your field notes. Something that can yield a proper map without taking two semesters of GIS classes. Lucky for you, I’ve tested […]

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