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Ever find yourself lost in a math problem, or just curious about what shakespeare was really trying to say. Well with technology today not only can we get endless hours of gaming entertainment we can also get the answers right at our finger tips. Ontop of the wonderous Internet Apps are avaible for phones, tablets and ipads to help you in anything you may be challenged with, or just plain curious about. I have done some research into some that I thought might be pretty overall helpfyul to High School Students! Here is a few I have come up with.
Check back as I will be updating this regularly, also if you know of any that are helpful pass the word along!
The iTunes U app gives you access to complete courses from leading universities and other schools — plus the world’s largest digital catalog of free education content — right on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. Whether you’re majoring in molecular biology at a university, taking Spanish in high school, or just interested in European history, you now have a valuable tool to help you learn anytime, anywhere.
Free courses in a wide array of subjects
• Take free courses created and taught by instructors from leading universities and other schools
• See all assignments and updates from the instructor in one place, and check off assignments as you complete them
• Take notes and highlight text in iBooks and see them consolidated for easy reviewing in the iTunes U app
• Take course notes in class, or while playing audio or video lectures inside of iTunes U
• Access course materials, including audio, video, books, documents & presentations, apps, and new iBooks textbooks for iPad
• Share your favorite courses with friends using Twitter, Mail, and Messages
The world’s largest catalog of free education content
• Choose from more than 600,000 free lectures, videos, books, and other resources on thousands of subjects from Algebra to Zoology
• Browse collections from education and cultural institutions in 30 countries — including Stanford, Yale, MIT, Oxford, The Open University, MoMA, the New York Public Library, and the Library of Congress
History: Maps of the world: Explore the world through interactive maps illustrating geopolitical and geographic shifts over time. Users peruse the various cartographies and read up on the historical (or, as the case may be, scientific) significance of each major change through text and”in the future” other media.” – Edudemic, The 16 Apps And Tools Worth Trying This Year
iMathematics is the best app on AppStore for the study of mathematics! With more than 120 topics, over 1000 formulas, attractive interface, with 7 solvers and calculators, and a special version for iPad! Try it for free, if you like it you can buy iMathematics Pro!
– Over 1000 formulas, definitions and theorems! The more complete Form on AppStore.. Constantly updated!
– Very complete Form, divided into sections for an easy consultation: Arithmetic, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Analytic Geometry, Goniometry, Analysis, Trigonometry, Probability
– Possibility to search the topics in the Form, to find what you need even faster!
– Possibility to save your Favorite topics, to find what you need even faster!
– More than 100 Quizzes on the topics to test your knowledge!
– Links to Wikipedia for every topic!
– Examples on how to use the Advanced Calculator for every topic!
– Printing Support via AirPrint!
7 magnificent Utilities to help you in the exercises:
– Quadratic Equations Solver: to find solutions quickly!
– Fraction Approximator: to find the fraction in one tap!
– Graphic Calculator: to draw all the most complex 2D functions!
– Advanced Calculator: to solve derivatives, integrals, and any other problem! (Requires a data connection)
– Systems Solver: to solve your systems and find solutions!
– Matrices Solver: to add, multiply and perform other operations between 3×3 matrices!
– Math Glossary: to know the definition of all the mathematical terms!
An ideal application for students, children and others who would like to learn the names of various body parts, organs and other terminologies related to the human body. There is also an option to take tests on how far you are progressing with each lesson.Click on each body part name to learn about it, it has a full description. Also in the quiz area click on each number to type in the name of the body part. I also will be including 8 more anatomy sections to the full version and zoom in and zoom out feature. So buy the full version for only $1.99 today. Have fun.
Shakespeare™ is a free app with the complete works of Shakespeare (41 plays, 154 sonnets and 6 poems, including doubtful works) and a searchable concordance to find the exact word or phrase you’re looking for (with “relaxed” searching to find words close to your search term).
Even though it’s free, Shakespeare for the iPad/iPhone/iPod is packed with these impressive features:
• CUSTOMIZE YOUR READING EXPERIENCE by choosing from a variety of color combinations, change the font family and size, and jump around to different scenes.
• QUALITY TEXTS are a top priority and our team spent over two years compiling and editing the best references available.
• DETAILED SCENE BREAKDOWNS give you an overview of the scenes within each play, their locations, and the characters present in each.
• THE SHAKESPEARE PASSPORT is your virtual ticket to events and exhibitions all over the world. Just show the passport on your device for great benefits at participating venues. More information at ShakespearePassport.com.
If you’re looking for line numbers, the integrated Shakespeare’s Words glossary, a gallery of Shakespeare portraits, random quote generator, Shakespeare facts, auto-and scrolling, check out Shakespeare Pro for these and other great features. If you’re a student, professor, actor, or just plain love the Bard, this must-have app ensures you have the complete works at your fingertips.
Works contained: All’s Well That Ends Well, Antony and Cleopatra, As You Like It, The Comedy of Errors, Coriolanus, Cymbeline, Double Falsehood, Edward III, Hamlet, Henry IV (Parts 1 & 2), Henry V, Henry VI (Parts 1-3), Henry VIII, Julius Caesar, King John, King Lear, Love’s Labours Lost, Macbeth, Measure for Measure, Merchant of Venice, Merry Wives of Windsor, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello, Pericles, King Richard II, Richard III, Romeo and Juliet, Sir Thomas More, Taming of the Shrew, The Tempest, Timon of Athens, Titus Andronicus, Troilus and Cressida, Twelfth Night, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Two Noble Kinsmen, The Winter’s Tale, Sonnets, Venus & Adonis, Rape of Lucrece, A Lover’s Complaint, Passionate Pilgrim, Phoenix & Turtle, To the Queen