Apps list template

blogEntryThumbnailI have been presenting on iOS topics for some time now, so I’m continually considering how I can improve upon previous presentations. One thing I’ve been thinking about is how participants are always feverishly writing down the names of apps learned during presentations. The apps might have been mentioned by the presenter or someone else at the session; either way, participants write down app names on any piece of paper they can get their hands on. I imagine that after the session, participants don’t want to spend time looking through all their papers for the app names, or even worse, the papers are lost. With this “problem” in mind, I decided to create an “Apps list template” for participants to write the apps down via various categories. The template will be distributed (electronically or paper-based) with the handouts by the coordinator of the event. My hope is that if participants write the apps in my template, it’ll be easier for them after the session to find the apps for downloading.

Since I like to share with anyone interested beyond my sessions, I thought I would include the Apps list template here on my website. You can view the document below in Scribd, or you can save the document using the Download Link. If you save the document, here are ways to access it:
  • If you have Adobe Acrobat Pro on your computer, you can type in the interactive fields, save your work, and/or print.
  • If you have Adobe Reader on your computer, you can type in the interactive fields and print.
  • You can simply print the document from your computer, then write in it.
  • If you have an iOS device with an annotation app such as GoodReader, you can type/write in the document, save your work, and/or print.

There could be other ways to access the document that I’d be happy to hear about. Please let me know if you have other ideas for accessing it, or if you have suggested revisions to the document.

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Apps list template by Eric Sailers