If you got an iPad for Christmas and you're looking for ways to maximize its use, check out the list of notetaking apps provided in the current issue of TCEA's Technotes. I have used several of these apps and they are excellent choices. Being able to project various apps is limited, but Whiteboard has come out with a version, Whiteboard HD that is able to project, making it great for presentations. Check them out and see which ones you like, then spread the word. Making the iPad/Smartphones more productive for students will translate into a more satisfied teacher AND a more satisfied student...
Note Taking...Web 2.0 Style:
My Stickies - allows you to add sticky notes to any website.
My Note It - a few adds, but otherwise fabulous for class notes.
Notefish - Save information from the web into a single online Notefish page, then organize and share!
Short Text - great way to take quick, short notes. Not sign up required.
For powerful shared note taking, try Whiteboard, Google Docs, Zoho Writer, Corkboard, or Your Draft.
Try Evoca to record your notes via voice. This is a great alternative for creating a study guide to help in preparing for a test.