Blogs and CALI Presentations
- The Legal iPad Revolution by Deborah Ginsberg (CALI Conference June 2012)
- Mobile Applications for Law Students and Lawyers (UCLA School of Law)
- Top 10 Legal Productivity Mobile Apps of 2014 (Legal Productivity Blog)
Guides for Apps
- Android Apps in the Legal Academy (UFL)
- Apps for Law School and the Legal Profession (Maurer School of Law Library, Indiana University)
- Apps in Law
- Eleven Must Have Apps for Lawyers (ABA Law Journal)
- Every Legal App for iPhone and iPad (Lawyerist)
- iPad Apps for Lawyers, Law Faculty and Law Students: Legal Apps (University of Wisconsin — Madison Law Library)
- iPad Apps in the Legal Academy (UFL)
- iPhone JD
- Mobile Apps for Law Students (Cleveland Marshall College of Law Library, Cleveland State University)
- Most Popular Apps for Lawyers (ABA Tech Survey)
- Teaching with the iPad, by Mike Brown, USC’s Best Institute
- Ten Must Have Apps for Attorneys
- Top IPad Apps for Lawyers (ABA GP Solo)
Apps for Legal Research
- HeinOnline (working on password/access)
- LexisAdvance (use your user/password)
- Rulebook: The Bluebook (group pricing available for faculty)
- WestlawNext (use your user/password)
Apps for Presenting
- 2Screens: A document manager and viewer application, which also has an integrated web browser and whiteboard.
- ShowMe & Educreations: Free apps that allow you to create whiteboard video lessons and tutorials.
Apps for Productivity/Scholarship
- Box (free): Another cloud based app that allows you to backup, sync & share in the cloud.
- DropBox (free): A cloud based app that allows you to backup, sync and share your files over all your computers. Dropbox has an Apple, PC and Android version as well. You can also login to Dropbox via a browser and access your files as well on their cloud site.
- Evernote: Evernote is an all encompassing application. It allows you to save notes, files, web pages, images and allows you to sync them on all your computers and devices. It also allows you to share your files and collaborate with other users. It has versions for Apple IOS, Android, Windows and MAC OS.
- Flashcards*: a free, easy-to-use studying application with material for any class or standardized test. You can also create and share your own flashcards.
- Microsoft Office 365 Personal.
- Notability: A powerful Apple iOS app that allows users to create notes, presentations, annotate documents, record audio, fill out application forms and more.
- Pocket: An Apple iOS/Android/Kindle Fire app that allows you to store web articles, videos, images and more to view later or offline.
- Scanner Pro: Turn your iPhone into a portable scanner. Scan documents etc. into PDF files.
- VPN Unlimited: Safeguard your online activity using VPN software.
- TrialPad (not free): TrialPad is an easy-to-use iPad app to organize, annotate, and present evidence.
These applications allow you to annotate existing documents, including writing comments, highlight text and other features.
- Adobe Reader (free)
- GoodReader: A PDF annotation application
- iAnnotate: Another PDF annotation application that allows you to markup and share PDFs as well.
Other Teaching with Technology Resources
These are applications for structuring, presenting, and sharing digital information.
- PollEverywhere (free for small user group)
- Snagit (not free), from Techsmith
- Voicethread: Online conversations with multimedia (basic is free)