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A Day In The Life Of An iPad
Documentation and storytelling is fun, right?
This is a story in images of the ways my iPad is used during a normal day ‘on the job’ as a music professor at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise, a 1-to-1 Apple Distinguished School. All of these images were captured last Friday, trying to not to include identifiable images of my students in any of the images. I invite (maybe challenge?) my wonderful AppleEDU colleagues here to share your stories as well. 😀
Here are the descriptions of the images:
- Captured during a music composition lesson, one of my composition students uses Flat.io for his composition work.
- Trumpet students use ForScore on their iPads to read music in lessons.
- I keep notes for each trumpet lesson using Notes, collaborating with each student on that document.
- An Orchestration student stopped by during office hours for some help on his brass quintet using StaffPad.
- A composition student is working on doing some recording. We found the perfect tempo and discussed adding some effects to the vocal track.
- Ready to start my Everyone Can Create Music with iPad class from my home teaching studio. Today, we’re kicking off our brief unit on Live Loops.
- Walking our music majors through our digital portfolio development process in Music Portfolio 101.
- Faculty meeting time and note taking with Notability.
- Presenting at the CKI meeting on an upcoming outreach event.
- My personal practice time with Split Screen ForScore and Tonal Energy Tuner. I used the new Shortcut I picked up from Apple Professional Learning, getting it all set up by saying “Hey Siri, let’s practice!” Voila!
- Using iPad as a mixing board with Logic Remote in my home studio for a recording project.
- Kicking back at the end of the day to work on an upcoming presentation in Keynote.