Here is an example of what can be created with the options in Notability. I dictated the text from a book called, A Buffet of Sensory Interventions: Solutions for Middle and High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders by Susan Culp, MS, OTR/L. I added a photo, wrote on a sticky note, and added a link to a video on sensory integration. The note was automatically dated and stored in the notebook of my choosing. This is a great tool that has a multitude of options to allow students to easily gather and store information.
Friday, 21 March 2014
Dictation using Siri on the iPad 2
Although there are a couple of options for students to be able to create and store notes, I've tried to explore the most cost effective way of enabling students who have difficulty with written production to create and organize notes. Months ago, I discovered the Notability app, which allows you to create notebooks and within each notebook, store note pages. At a reasonable cost of $1.99, this app has great functionality. You can add photos, audio recorded content, graphics, web links, and sticky notes. I have now discovered that when you enable SIRI in your iPad settings, you can easily dictate the notes you would like to create into the notepage. With SIRI activated, one can create highly customized notes with visual content to support the ideas covered in the classroom.