Sunday, October 27, 2013

Educreations Interactive Whiteboard - record and save!

Seriously, try this app.

There are "free" apps and then there are "Holy crud I can't believe this is free!" apps. Educreations turns your device into a recordable white board and allows you to share your designs and use designs shared by others.  No in-apps or ads.

Don't let the image make it seem complicated. It's not...the videos and images you (or your child or student) create will be as simple or complicated as you want them to be. The video below was done by my seven-year old after about five minutes of training.

If you'd like to download Educreations Interactive Whiteboard, please support Smart Apps for Special Needs by using this link:



From iTunes:
Educreations turns your iPad into a recordable whiteboard. Creating a great video tutorial is as simple as touching, tapping and talking. Explain a math formula... Create an animated lesson... Add commentary to your photos... Diagram a sports play...

With voice recording, realistic digital ink, photos and text, and simple sharing through email, Facebook or Twitter, now you can broadcast your ideas from anywhere.

• Help students with homework by working through an example problem.
• Put your lessons on the web so students can watch them before and after class.
• Tutor someone from afar.
• Showcase your video tutorials on and share your knowledge with the world.
• Add your commentary to famous works of art.
• Diagram football plays, John Madden style.

• Record and replay your voice, handwriting and drawings
• Draw in 10 colors of incredibly realistic digital ink
• Add text to any page
• Add photos from the iPad camera, Photo Albums, Dropbox or the Web
• Animate images by dragging them around while recording
• Create multiple whiteboard pages
• Scroll pages up or down when you need extra space
• Easily erase drawing mistakes
• Unlimited undo and redo
• Pause/resume or start over recording anytime
• Create a free account on and choose who can view your lessons
• Share your lessons via email, Facebook and Twitter
• Embed your lessons on your blog or website

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, we’d love to hear from you.

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Ron Engel wishes that he had, you know, amazing powers.

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