I really like the simplicity and lack of specific app focus in this interactive SAMR infographic. However, it does skew just a bit toward Apple’s iTunes U and iBooks ecosystem. Good for thinking through how you do Note taking, Research, Presentation, File sharing, Reading, and Assessment.
How To Use The SAMR Model For Classroom Tasks – Edudemic
I recently stumbled across this nifty interactive infographic from iPadders, which takes the concept of the SAMR model and applies it to basic classroom tasks, such as note taking and assessment. You can play around with the graphic by selecting either a class task on the left hand side and seeing each of the SAMR categories, or you can choose one of the SAMR categories on the top, and see how it would affect each of the classroom tasks. Alternatively, you can just click “see all” if you’re impatient like me. Some of the boxes contain links to different apps/sites/products that were used.