Don’t Click

Beware of what lurks in your inbox or in your internet search results! If you aren’t careful, you will fall victim to a web scam. Our IT folks are always on the lookout for these types of emails and once

Posted in Personal Tech, Productivity, Security in the Workplace

Locking the iPad Mini in Horizontal Orientation

Locate the small switch on the right edge, above the volume buttons. This switch is typically set to function as a mute button to silence audio. This switch can also be used as a rotation lock to keep the screen

Posted in Mobile Computing, Personal Tech, Productivity

Language Translation Apps

The latest in language translation apps employs voice recognition software. For iOs and Android, check out Google Translate (free), Jibbigo (free), Vocre ($5), iTranslate ($5 for one year).

Posted in Apps, Mobile Computing, Personal Tech, Productivity

The iPad Mini Experience in Clinical Settings

In response to the increasing use of tablet-sized electronic devices by students across the country, and, in particular, nursing students, a volunteer group of faculty took iPad Minis with them to their clinical settings this semester. The thought was to

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Welcome to the Technology in Nursing Blog!

Earlier this spring Dr. Corinne Grimes, Director of the Learning Center, Alan McKendree, Systems Administrator, and Peter Hancock, Media Center, and I began meeting regularly to discuss technology in the School of Nursing–where we’ve been, where we are, and where

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