In this episode, Jon Samuelson @ipadsammy, Alison Anderson @tedrosececi, Curt Rees @curtrees and Kyle Pace @kylepace talk educational technology. Kyle has been a leading voice in ed tech for the past 10 years and was recently named one of ASCD's Emerging Leaders. He gives apps, Twitter users to follow and talks about his experience hosting Edcamp KC. Listen here, and follow all links on our Learnist boards.
An Online Doodle Space To Connect Friends And Family
Cool Mom Tech covers the diverse uses of Scoot & Doodle on Google+ Hangouts: from connecting with distant family by playing hangman to brainstorming during conference calls for work!
Tess Koppelman of Fox News covers ways in which Scoot & Doodle users are using this new application on Google+ Hangouts to connect, play and share ideas with each other.
Living in Digital Times reviews the new Google+ Hangouts suite of apps, including Scoot & Doodle, for their potential for a positive family video chat experience.
Scoot & Doodle, a drawing application that hopes to revolutionize how friends and families interact online, is featured as one of the half-dozen or so new, third-party applications the launched in March on Google+ Hangouts.
Children's Technology Review gives Scoot & Doodle an Editor's Choice Award for being collaborative and creative in its use of technology to enhance interpersonal relationships.
In addition to the launch of Google’s new Activity Reports this morning, the company is also announcing the arrival of some of its first fully featured apps for Google+ Hangouts. Scoot & Doodle is among the first six featured outside developers to launch on Hangouts.
As Google+ Hangouts API goes out of preview, it opens its doors to independent developers. Scoot & Doodle is one of the few featured third-party developers to launch today and hopes to revolutionize how families interact online.
Forbes reports on invaluable partner, TokBox, a new technology that puts face-to-face video on websites. Their technology is what allows people to connect and play in a meaningful way on the Scoot & Doodle website. Our own shared playspace is described in the first section of the article.
Scoot & Doodle is profiled by Grandparents.com as one of the top new ways for grandparents to connect with their grandkids.
One of our co-founders, Patty Chang, is quoted in this over-view of some of the new technologies targeting the younger generation that were on display at MIT's Sandbox Summit Conference.
As Google+ Hangouts API goes out of preview, it opens its doors to outside developers. The Telegraph Herald Online examines one application's (Scoot & Doodle) role in being the first of a new wave of technologies revolutionizing how friends and families connect online.
In this great article, the Gadget Guru at GizBot goes over different potential uses for the new Scoot & Doodle application on Google+ Hangouts. This ranges from use as a basic drawing pad to a space where friend can come to collaborate and create new games together.
As Google+ Hangouts opens it's API to the public, a handful of third party developers launch their own products on +Hangouts. Among these first few to exploring how to create a richer social media experience is Scoot & Doodle, a collaborative drawing application targeting kids and parents.
Dan Olanoff goes over one of the new applications launched on Google+ Hangouts earlier today by third party developers. In the article Olanoff goes over how Scoot & Doodle is one example of how the +Hangouts API enables developers to innovate interactions never seen before by consumers.
Stuff reports on the 6 new apps that launched on Google+ Hangouts earlier this morning, including our own shared doodle pad, Scoot & Doodle.
Business Insider highlights Scoot & Doodle as one of the first third-party developers to launch on Google+ Hangouts today.
Google is showing off some new Hangout-themed apps today. From play games and goofing around to getting serious work done, the apps use Google’s social video tool to make the most of face-to-face, real-time interaction. Among these is the drawing-based Scoot & Doodle which hopes to change the way in which families connect.