Dive in with Duke University`s Cachalot app, a novel digital textbook designed for students enrolled in Duke`s Marine Megafauna class, ...
Dive in with Duke Universityâ€™s Cachalot app, a novel digital textbook designed for students enrolled in Dukeâ€™s Marine Megafauna class, but free for everyone, everywhere. The encyclopedic portion of the app covers all forms of marine megafauna - from Hawaiian spinner dolphins to Magellanic penguins - in easy to read species profiles accompanied by captivating digital media. Learn from a new expert every week as a new species profile is released as the â€œMegafauna of the Week.â€ The course materials will include open access readings from the primary literature and lessons used in class when it commences in Spring 2012. Featuring: - Megafauna of the Week Profiles including Favorite Facts, Species Information, Expert Information and Further Reading. Amazing expert photos, audio, and video. - Compelling National Geographic CRITTERCAM videos for some species. - Easy to read profiles. - Class readings in PDF format, loaded into an in-app annotation interface for highlighting, note-taking and free-form annotations. - Class lessons enriched with audio and video content loaded into an in-app annotation interface for highlighting, note-taking and free-form annotations. - Initial tutorial overlay illustrating most features of the program, which can be reset at anytime.
Size: 7.88 MB
Price: $ 0.00
Day of release: 0000-00-0
Educational | iPhone, iPad