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I have some codes to give away for applications suitable for teachers and for students I'll give them away on the Mac20Q website with the article containing a review of iTeacherBook and iStudiez Pro. At the moment I'm still in the process of researching the applications and trying them out. I like what I see so far.

iTeacherBook is an iPhone iPod touch app at the moment but the developers have said that they are working on an iPad application. It is not too bad as an iPhone application but it will be much better when it gets to the iPad. Very good for keeping track of classes, students and assignments are being set and also to use for working out in grades for students.

iStudiez Pro is an application for students of any sort to get organised so that there will be no excuses for not having the homework done. It is very easy to set reminders for assignments that need to be completed so that they can be handed in when they are supposed to be on the teachers desk.

The developers of these applications have given me 4 copies of each to giveaway they are iPad and Mac applications. Keep a look out for when the review of these articles has been completed on the Mac20Q website and I'll be asking for people to send an email to say why I should give them a copy. I think I will be looking for the most entertaining reasons why you need one of these apps for education.
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I have written part of the review of iStudiez Pro for the Mac. Have to finish it off tomorrow and do the editing. I will soon have the articles ready for publication and I will be able to give away the codes for the teachers and students to use.

Already hit the 1000 words on the article and I have more to write about. Thank goodness for Dragon Dictate.
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