Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The Two Guys Show #30: Sue Gorman

During our 30th episode of The Two Guys Show tonight, we are excited to have Apple Distinguished Educator, Sue Gorman join us!   Sue teaches at the Institute of Professional Educator Development at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and is an Innovative Learning Consultant. She is not only an Apple Distinguished Educator,  but a Apple Certified Trainer and a Google Certified Teacher.
Tonight's guest Sue Gorman

Find out more about Sue at her website http://www.suegorman.com
Follow Sue on Twitter at @sjgorman

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1 comment:

  1. HELP! I love the idea of Aurasma but have tried multiple times to create auras and have been unsuccessful each time. I told myself that this is the week but am completely frustrated after working on one for a few hours with no luck.

    I have created an account, taken pictures for targets and created videos for overlays. I logged on to Aurasma Studio on my computer, uploaded everything, created aura with targets and overlays. I used my son's iPad but was unable to see the aura by holding his iPad over the trigger. Next I tried searching for my channel on his iPad but it did not find it. I then made my account public but was still unable to find my channel. I then logged on as me but am still unable to get the trigger to work.

    Next I used my iPad on which the photos and videos were saved. I tried following Erin Klein's guide to create the aura from my iPad. I clicked on the +, selected my device, and selected my overlay. I am now unsure how to use a photo saved to my camera roll as my trigger. The only option I'm seeing is to take a new picture with my iPad.

    My fabulous brainstorm in the car this morning (trigger by your interview with Sue Gorman) has now caused me great frustration. I don't want to give up on Aurasma again so I'm hoping you can tell me some silly error I am making.


    P.S. My son downloaded Pixel Press before bed so we can try it out tomorrow.