Maybe more details should have been provided. Here are some ways on how you can tribute to the iPad iBook:
- Case Contribution: want to share an interesting case with the rest of the world and help with education, you can do that as a case(s) contributor. You will get your name and your practice name mentioned in the book for every case you submit. Radiographs in general are accepted both 2D and 3D (CBCT). High quality images are definitely preferred. Full cases with intraoral pictures (When applicable), pre and post-follow up radiographs, 2D and 3D for the same case are just great learning cases! (Invitation is open to anyone and not limited).
- Chapter Contribution: you help author or co-author a chapter in the book. This takes more time and requires commitment. Thus the limited invitation.
Please let us know how you would like to contribute and we will follow-up with you with more details. Let us know how you feel about all of this. Support letters are always welcomed.
Thanks for your generosity and for your help to make learning better!
Tired from reading those old boring textbooks? Struggling with reading hundreds lines of text to understand a simple concept? or paying so much? We understand your pain!
Apple released the iBook 2 platform few weeks ago and we take this development seriously. Our approach will revolutionize learning oral radiology as the new textbook will fully utilize the capabilities of the iPad to deliver stunning high resolution colorful images and illustrations, full motion videos and animations, 3D interactive objects, HTML 5 elements, audio, and interactive quizzes.
Requirements for Contributors:
- Dental Hygiene / Dental Background. Preference will be given to individuals with radiology training.
- Enthusiastic and able to work in collaborative settings.
- Own radiographic cases that can be used in the book.
- A native English speaker or have excellent English skills.
- Capable of authoring a chapter in 3 months time frame.
Invitation is not yet opened for vendors. If you would like to contribute to the book please use the contact us form, give a short intro about yourself and how you can contribute. We will let you if you have been selected. Invitation to this project is limited.
Some have asked for it and we are happy to continue supporting Apple platform. It’s been a busy time with all the courses in the school, grants application, and adjusting to the new environment hence the delay with the updates. We are updating the code of the apps to iOS 5. Expect the updates to hit soon.
For those who are interested to learn about Cone Beam CT, Carestream will be holding a Cone Beam CT symposium with expert presenters from different backgrounds (Oral Surgery, Perio, Endo and Ortho) as well as General Dental. In short,
- No fees for doctors (you only pay for travel and hotel)
- 11 CE credits
- Held during Ortho Users meeting but you don’t need to be an Orthodontists to take advantage of this meeting
- More information can be found at Carestream Dental 3D Symposium
This is a FREE Symposium with a breadth and depth of speakers on all things CBCT. With speakers on all of the dental specialties and from billing to legal, we are excited to give back to the dental community this great educational opportunity Nov. 4 – 5, 2011 in Atlanta, GA.
Please look over the invite and follow the links to discover the details on this exciting symposium!
Friday, November 4, 2011 at 8:00 AM – Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 5:00 PM (ET)
Atlanta, United States
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We give credit for Apple for their innovation with the iPhone / iPad and laying down the way to how smart phones / tablets should be like, however, recently Apple has waged a war against Android after all the success it got. Not only the phones were targeted but the tablet as well. http://www.engadget.com/2011/08/01/samsung-galaxy-tab-10-1-sales-halted-in-australia-by-apple-suit/
With all the support from different vendors and to name few: HTC, Samsung, Motorolla. Android has gained a lot of market share in the mobile arena. Android has beaten Apple to sales of devices according to recent NPD study.
While it is common these days that companies file lawsuits against each other; however, Apple has put a ‘hostile and organized campaign’ against Android. Although HTC has been targeted in the past however, most of the current injunctions are targeting Samsung both their Galaxy S phone and Galaxy 10.1 Tab. The pictures in the injunctions has been manipulated to make Samsung products mimic Apple products.
We work in the education business and we embrace Google’s moto “Don’t Be Evil”. Our goal is to teach and educate. Personally although we develop for Apple platform but we use Android (both phone and tablet) for doing our day to day work.
We love Koreans and Samsung. Their products rivals Apple in quality if not exceeding it.. Our main focus will be from now on towards building innovative oral radiology and dental apps for Google and Microsoft platforms. Both of which has a long track record for philanthropic support for education which is a place completely unknown to Apple. Given the current circumstances and unless Apple goes back to innovation rather than fighting through litigation we are cutting support for our iOS apps.
Join us for an exciting hour long presentation on digital intraoral sensors at Dentistry 2011 conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on Nov 1, 2011. The presentation will introduce fundamentals of 2D imaging and factors affecting image quality. We will go in details over comparison of different imaging and physical properties of latest CMOS intraoral sensors available on the market and how to integrate radiographs into clinical practice.
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Source: Dentistry 2011