26: AI Apples

Episode 26 June 16, 2021 01:40:17
26: AI Apples
EdTech Examined
26: AI Apples
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Erik Christiansen Kris Hans

Show Notes

In this episode, Erik and Kris dissect the 2021 Apple World Wide Developer's Conference (WWDC), including all the updates to iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. They answer listener questions about getting started with automation and apps for developing consistent writing habits. News topics include VR geology, Google AI in education, blended learning norms, and AirTags privacy. Our co-hosts also provide some privacy and entertainment edtech tips.

SHOW NOTES

Our new blog post!
*Bootstrapping an Education Technology Podcast - Medium

#EdTechOfficeHours

Automation on the Mac
*Mac OS X Automation website

Journaling apps
*DayOne
*Penzu
*Daylio
*Good Notes / Notability (digital pen)

Productivity books for writers
*Deep Work - Cal Newport
*The War of Art - Steven Pressfield

PrivacyTools.io

Discussion

WWDC Keynote

EdTech Tips
*Privacy Bot
*Firefox 89
*Curiosity Stream

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TEAM INFORMATION

Erik Christiansen, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Website: erikchristiansen.net
Twitter: @egchristiansen
Blog: tech-bytes.net

Kris Hans, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Website: krishans.ca
Twitter:  @KrisHans
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Christopher Hoang, Audio Producer & Sound Engineer
Website: chrishoang.ca

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